More women than ever are working or filling part-time jobs, leaving behind mounting household chores, according to the study “Overworked and Underemployed” published in The American Prospect. Without the ability to focus on maintaining laundry, groceries, dinner and bills, both men and women are now working around the clock.
Americans are working more than ever in 2015, and striking the perfect work-life balance feels more like a pipe dream than a real possibility as employers demand longer hours and increased productivity.
As women, we can find ourselves in a tangle, unable to achieve an inner balance. We are pulled in a million directions between family, work and our day to day commitments and we simply forget to stop and breathe. More importantly the dangerous effects have only gained steamed and gotten worse over the years.
3 Ways To Enhance Your Leadership Trajectory We all know how important it is to navigate and manage our own careers. However, it’s not always easy to know what to do or even when the best timing is to do it. Personal circumstances, boss’s opinions of us, and corporate restructurings all play a pivotal part […]
More than half of working mothers are sole managers of household expenses Sixty-one percent of working mothers would prefer raise over taking year off from work WILMINGTON, Del.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–A new poll, released today by Working Mother magazine and Chase Card Services, reveals that as the family’s CFO, 59 percent of working mothers say they manage household […]
Traditionally, women have assumed that they need to be “more like men” to get ahead in business. But the gap is growing smaller all the time. In fact, says Vickie Milazzo, more and more women are receiving and creating big opportunities in business because characteristics that might have been labeled “too feminine for business” in […]