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Should a child's primary carer receive a wage until the child enters childcare?
A child's primary carer should receive a wage from the government until the child enters primary school or some other form of care.
Such a measure may solve the challenge of low population growth confronting many nations.
Raising a child is just as much, if not more, work than jobs which traditionally receive economic reward.
Child raising benefits society just as much as any other job and therefore should receive economic recognition.
Such a measure may help address economic inequality between men and women as women are usually the primary carers and often consequently more financially disadvantaged than men.
The government may interfere more in parenting practices if the parent essentially becomes an employee and this would not be a positive outcome.
Only if it is adopted. Otherwise, in this time of over-population, being natural parents should be a privilege which you should have to prove yourself at least financially responsible to access
Child raising is the responsibility of the family.
People should have children for love, not money.
Such a measure may not be economically viable.
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