posts tagged ‘The State of Men

A recent report from EY and Harris Interactive has found that the pendulum may be swinging the other way for working parents. In a global survey including 1,208 US adults, US men were more likely than women to say they’d scale back their careers for the sake of family. Sixty-seven percent of men have changed […]

People are increasingly questioning long-held assumptions about who does what in the household and makes the most sacrifices. For instance, a recent survey from the moving company Mayflower found that more than 7 in 10 Millennials would support a move for the wife’s job vs. under 6 in 10 Boomers. Last week, Max Schireson, head […]

Our recent report “The State of Men” touches on the changing definition of fatherhood as men get more engaged with child-rearing. We discussed this trend with Brad Harrington, a professor at Boston College’s Carroll School of Management and head of its Center for Work & Family, which helps employers improve the lives of working people […]


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