The Value Of Family ValuesKaren Pennar
It's difficult to achieve a balance between work and family, as millions of stressed-out Americans can attest. Alas, psychologists and sociologists have suggested that people who value family may pay a price in lower earnings. Now, a study argues the reverse--that individuals who believe it is important to have a good family life in fact earn higher wages than those who don't place the same value on family.
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