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‘Opt-Out’ generation of moms looking to opt-back-in


A decade after Time magazine profiled a group of women they dubbed the “opt-out” revolution-women choosing to leave high-paying jobs to stay home with kids-many of those moms are looking to return to work.  Some, for the financial incentives-and some for personal fulfillment.  But returning to work after a decade or more at home, doesn’t always prove to be easy.  MSNBC’s Chris Jansing speaks with Kuae Kelch Mattox , president of Mocha Moms-about her journey and gets insight from Marie Claire magazine’s  Lea Goldman.