Your Take: Work-Life Balance
Making time for both work and family is always a challenge. But in surveys of graduates of Harvard and the University of Chicago, Claudia Goldin and Lawrence Katz find that financial-sector workers have the hardest time striking this balance—even compared to workers in fields with reputations for being demanding, such as medicine and law. Goldin says students should keep these findings in mind when weighing career choices. We're asking our readers:
Did you consider work-life balance in choosing your first job? How have these concerns affected your career choices since?
We hope you'll join the conversation by leaving a comment below. (This discussion is moderated, so your comment will not appear immediately.)
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