a career path for women who are willing to forgo promotions, raises, etc., so as to spend more time with their children.
(US) a path in life in which a woman devotes most of her time to her children and home rather than to her career

noun phrase

: Should corporations set up a two-track system for women managers, a fast track for childless women and a slower ”mommy track” for women with children? (1987+)


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