Working From Home

For Vancouverite Penny Tuson, her one-year of maternity leave flew by too quickly; just as she was hitting her stride as a mother, she was hitting the streets with her resume. “Seconds after leaving my first interview I burst into tears. The job sounded great, but I just didn’t want to leave Ben,” Tuson recounts. Tuson’s solution was one that thousands of other Canadian parents dream of—she combined an at-home job with the care of her son.

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DIANE SELKIRK
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