Well Ladies, I've decided that it's time for me to make a career move. A little background on the job situation - my husband has been out of a permanent job due to being laid off for a year now. He's had pretty steady temp work during the last year, but he's recently become a SAHD so that I can go back to in-office work at my company in March (I've been working from home since my return from maternity leave in December).
We'd both like it for me to be the SAHP and him to work full time, but until a good opportunity comes along (he's still looking) I need to remain employed. And for a variety of reasons, I just can't stay with my current company. Even if I really wanted to, it wouldn't be wise for me not explore other options since there have been recent indications that the long term job security of my entire department might be in jeopardy.
So... I have a four month old son who's getting only breast milk. I pump three times during the work day. Should I disclose this in an interview? Or is this something that is best mentioned after being hired? It would seem to me, that in this economy with competition for jobs being so high that they could easily go with someone who doesn't need "special" accommodations. I know that technically they can't discriminate against me, but there's just such a glut of overqualified job seekers in the market right now - I could see myself getting passed by without a second thought.
So what should I do?