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A recent policy direction in many OECD countries has been to increase workforce participation for women of childbearing age; a policy direction which seemingly runs counter to a need for improved work-life balance for women themselves. This article explores the impact of this somewhat contradictory 'push-pull' of policy by examining some difficulties of workforce participation, transition and re-entry articulated by female case study participants from an Australian Research Council fundeddoi:10.5539/ies.v5n6p204 fatcat:t4rtyypphrapxkkq56raawliu4