on ramp
 n.— «According to the Harvard Business Review, 43 percent of professional women with children stop working for at least 2.2 years. Ninety-three percent of them would like to return, but they face road blocks. Only 40 percent find what’s called an “on ramp” that leads them back to meaningful employment.» —“More Employers Friendly to Working Moms” by Andrea Garrett CBNNews.com Oct. 4, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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