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men who change diapers change the world

Thursday, 25 October 2007
at home dads, now mashable worldwide.
Topic: Census Figures

The National Statistical Office out of Korea reported last Sunday, that at-home dads in their country has risen to 151,000, 40% more over the last three years. One statistic that stood out were the women were getting more jobs (507,000) then the men (428,000).

Looking at other countries, I decided to use Google maps to track all the stats, research, blogs and relevant news world wide. Above is my first weak effort  with just a few countries. (click the map to get it jump started) I will put more info in there as it comes in.  In the future you can get to this map by clicking the statistic link on the top of this screen. You can also transfer it to google earth by clicking the KML KML link on the larger map  

 If you have any info to share, or would like to see any other information posted on the map, let me know.  - pete

Posted by athomedad at 1:21 PM EDT
Updated: Thursday, 1 November 2007 11:09 AM EDT
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Sunday, 4 November 2007 - 8:38 PM EDT

Name: "SurferJay"
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Excellent resource, thanks for putting that together. I am in awe to discover how many at home dads there are out there, and that the trend seems to be growing at an exponential rate in some areas. Of course it seems that many of them are somewhat forced into it due to unfortanate circumstances, such as me. But of course, it is better for the child as well as for society for there to be a parent around rather than a nanny.

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