A study published in 2006 indicated that higher family incomes are associated with better physical, social/emotional, cognitive, and behavioural well being among children (Source: "Study: Family Income and the Well-Being of Children," Daily/English/060511/d060511c.htm, accessed June 8, 2006). Barbara Arneil, a political science professor at the University of British Columbia, was quoted in a related article in The Globe and Mail as saying that the findings suggest the following:"If the outcomes for our kids are better with higher incomes, the goal should be to get both parents into the work force.
Should you agree with Professor Arneil's conclusion?

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