How to apply for job in place of father?

How to apply for job in place of father?

My father Hadi was working in HEC, and during his job he died. I am his only son. And I have done my MBA, and want to join you as per 17-A Rule. Please consider my application for the job because after my father’s death I am the responsible for my family, and I am the first person who applied for the job on behalf of my father.

What’s the percentage of working parents where both parents work?

Across all two-parent households where both parents are employed at least part time, 59% say the father earns more than the mother, 17% say the mother earns more, and 23% say they earn about the same.

Who is more likely to be a working mother?

Working mothers (60%) are somewhat more likely than fathers (52%) to say it’s difficult for them to balance work and family, and this is particularly the case for mothers who work full time.

What kind of job did my father have?

He served PIA for around 9 years as a Cargo Senior Officer, and was assigned at Allam Iqbal International Airport. As we are already in a state of shock at his sudden demise, the other matter of concern is that he was the only caretaker of our family which consists of 7 members including my mother.

Across all two-parent households where both parents are employed at least part time, 59% say the father earns more than the mother, 17% say the mother earns more, and 23% say they earn about the same.

Working mothers (60%) are somewhat more likely than fathers (52%) to say it’s difficult for them to balance work and family, and this is particularly the case for mothers who work full time.

How many working parents spend too little time with their children?

At least seven-in-ten mothers who are employed part time (77%) or not employed (72%) say they spend about the right amount of time with their children, while 18% and 11%, respectively, say they spend too little time.

Which is more focused, the mother or the father?

In households where the father works full time and the mother works part time, a 63% majority, including 71% of fathers and 57% of mothers, say that, in their family, the father is more focused on his job or career than the mother; about a third (32%) say both are equally focused and 4% say the mother is more focused.