North Carolina parents with children frequently turn to short-term disability insurance when taking time away from work. Unfortunately, the state does not offer a program to workers in private industry.

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North Carolina parental leave laws allow mothers and fathers to enjoy 12 weeks of unpaid time off for people in the private sector – if they qualify for FMLA, which many do not.

Meanwhile, many taxpayer-supported state government workers get 8 weeks off at full salary so they can bond with their newborn baby with no worries.