Moms across South Carolina will get a well-deserved break this weekend on Mother’s Day. But it appears SC working moms will go back to the job Monday facing uphill battles. According to a new study by that examined 15 metrics, the Palmetto State ranks 47th among the 50 states and the District of Columbia in their study of 2018’s Best and Worst States for Working Moms.

The report begins by pointing out that women make up nearly half the U.S. workforce, and more than 70% of working women have children. However, women earned 82% of what men were paid in 2017, and lead as chief executives only 5.2% of S&P 500 companies.

South Carolina is No. 3 for lowest child-care costs relative to women’s median income. However, SC’s other rankings in the study are:

19th unemployment rate for women

32nd average length of women’s workday (in hours)

38th overall child care

39th gender pay gap (women’s earnings as % of men’s)

40th median women’s salary (adjusted for cost of living)

40th parental-leave policy score

40th pediatricians per capita

43rd  percentage of single-mom families in poverty

44th day-care quality

44th work-life balance

45th professional opportunities

49th – ratio of female executives to male executives

South Carolina’s results edge Nevada, Alabama, Louisiana and Idaho. Vermont, Minnesota and Massachusetts, D.C. and Connecticut are the list’s top five locations.