Infographic: Today’s New Moms - New Mothers Challenged by Expenses and Torn Over Employment Options - New Infographic

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New infographic shows the full picture of today’s new moms: The majority are social-media savvy and budget conscious, but new mothers are divided over how many hours they should devote to their jobs.


The hard decisions new parents face about making money and spending time with their children

With Mother’s Day fast approaching, just published a new infographic full of information on what motherhood looks like today. Titled “Today’s New Moms,” this feature illustrates new mothers’ decisions about work and spending, and how they share their experiences with other moms online.


“New mothers have so much to consider when it comes to making purchases for their babies,” said Charles Tran, founder of, a credit card comparison and financial education website. “Combine that with the hard decisions new parents face about making money and spending time with their children, and the financial side of new motherhood is more significant than most people realize.”

Highlights of the infographic include:

  •     Employment trends for new mothers
  •     Key questions when buying products for babies
  •     New mothers’ social media use
  •     Top family and lifestyle websites for moms

This infographic reveals how many mothers are working full time, working part time, and staying home with their kids, and how much they’d prefer to work. It also shows their strategies for budgeting around expenses related to their children, and how they communicate with other parents online.

“One big advantage for today’s mothers is the ways they’re able to share their experiences through social media and blogs,” Tran said. “That can really help them work through financial questions.”

Visit to view the full infographic on today’s new moms. publishes credit card reviews, deals, and tips to help Americans make informed credit decisions. Parents can visit to find the best credit card that meets their family's financial needs.

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