"Family Is the Most Important Thing"

Dean Kim Clark of Harvard's B-school on how it supports women who choose to leave the workforce -- and also those who want to return

Kim Clark, dean of the Harvard Business School, is a strong believer in the importance of family. A number of HBS's female graduates seem to feel the same way. A recent survey of women from the school's classes of 1981, 1986, and 1991 found that 62% of these alumnae were not working full-time. Nearly half, however, were working part-time in the office or taking on contract projects at home. Almost all said they intended to return to the workforce eventually.

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