According to a survey released from CareerBuilder.com, working dads who were the sole breadwinners in their household were four times as likely to earn six figures, while working moms who are the sole breadwinners were nearly twice as likely to earn less than $35,000.

However, money may not be everything.

That is, 78 percent of working moms reported they are happy in their current roles at work, with about two-thrids of working moms having enjoyed the full amount of maternity leave available to them following childbirth.

How much paternity leave are the new dads taking? According to the survey, half of working dads (49 percent) took two weeks of paternity leave or less, 21 percent took five weeks or more while 22 percent didn't take any time off.

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