Women's work patterns are changing.

Not only are older women staying in the workplace longer, but the periods during which they leave their jobs to be with their children come later in their lives as careers take precedence over childrearing.

Those are among the findings of two new papers that analyze census, earnings and retirement data to identify the ways in which women's career paths are changing.

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