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I feel you are assuming that the man doesn't sacrifice his career progress in any way to have a family. In many cases fathers will not take promotions if it involves cutting into their family life. Should they be compensated for this? I think in many cases, this is a collective decision made by the family. If you make the argument for possible career expectations for one parent I think it should be appied for both.