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Mother’s Day Gift: Top Ten Jobs for Working Mothers

Management Strategist Shares Tips

KNOXVILLE, TN – May 3, 2012 – For millions, Mother’s Day is a happy occasion that Americans celebrate the contributions of all mothers. Many children race to the stores on a mission to get their mothers the perfect gift. Churches across the nation are once again crowded with adults who take their mothers to church with them or others who simply want to reminisce about their deceased mother. Yet, many working mothers are under distress with the pressures of their jobs. Other working mothers are the sole providers of their homes and suffer mental burn-out. Many would like to change jobs or work from home. Dr. Daryl Green, a management strategist and lecturer, offers working mothers more job options with the possibility of working from home.

According to the U.S 2011 Census Report on mothers, there are 85.4 million mothers in the United States. Working mothers with infant children made up 55% in 2002, and 63% among college-educated women in the labor force. In contrast, there were 5.4 million Stay-at-Home Moms in 2003. Some mothers have tried to maintain a healthy balance of work and family life but this leaves many “burnt out.” Some Stay-at-Home Moms have attempted to work at home, but many times find themselves the victims of home-business scams.

Dr. Green, author of Don’t Be an Old Fool: Gratitude and Common Sense 2nd ed., has spent over a decade tracking market and social trends. Today’s working mothers are under even more stress due to the financial crisis. “Working mothers feel the pressure from everywhere: family, children, work, and friends. Many people would prefer to work at home where they are comfortable and safe. Giving mothers a vital business from home provides a very reasonable solution.” With the emergence of the Internet, Dr. Green has seen many opportunities on freelance websites, like and, which make it easier for working mothers to transition to a home-based business. Below is Dr. Greens’ Top Ten Jobs for Working Mothers:

* Business Network Organizer
* Editorial Service
* Errand Service for Private Homes
* Executive Personal Coach
* Expert Referral Service
* STEM (science, technology, engineering, & mathematics) Tutor
* Promotion/Marketing Consultant
* Research/Information Broker
* Search Engine Optimization Specialist
* Website Content Provider

Dr. Green is noted as being one of the most prolific writers of his generation. He has several nationally recognized books. His last book, Job Strategies for the 21st Century, has been rated number one on Dr. Green explains, “Women can truly take advantage of career opportunities on their own terms. This feat is possible with the World Wide Web and advantage technologies.

Don’t Be An Old Fool is available online at and other book retailers. You can also view the book trailer on at For more information about the book or the author, please contact Donna Gilliard at 865-216-9209. Dr. Green is available for media interviews on the issues of job strategies during economic turbulence.

About the Author
Dr. Daryl Green is a management strategist and nationally-recognized author who has been noted and quoted in major media outlets, including USA Today, Associated Press, Ebony, and BET. For Mother’s Day, buyers should consider his book, My Cup Runneth Over: Setting Goals for Single Parents and Working Couples, for working mothers. Dr. Green has spent more than 20 years assisting organizations and individuals with making good decisions.


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  • Name: Donna Gilliard


    Telphone: 865-216-9209 , -

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    Donna Gilliard