Being Together, Working Apart
Dual-career Families and the Work-life BalanceBook - 2005
Despite the fact that most parents are employed, how work affects the lives and well-being of parents and their children remains relatively unexplored. Drawing on a recent study of 500 dual-career families in 8 communities across the U.S., this book focuses on how families achieve or fail to attain work-life balance. With its rich diversity of data, findings, and commentary from an interdisciplinary group of scholars, the book provides a valuable resource for academics, policy makers, and working parents.
Publisher: Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2005
Branch Call Number: HQ536 .B432 2005
Characteristics: p. ; cm