Two-Career Families

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Harvard Business Review Press, 2022.
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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Harvard Business Review., Harvard Business Review|AUTHOR., Daisy Dowling|AUTHOR., Jennifer Petriglieri|AUTHOR., & Amy Jen Su|AUTHOR. (2022). Two-Career Families . Harvard Business Review Press.

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When you're part of a two-career family, you manage the competing demands of your careers, child-rearing, and household chores along with your relationship with each other. Can you both chase your dreams, raise good citizens, make time for your hobbies and your health-and maintain a strong relationship?
Two-Career Families provides the expert advice and practical solutions you need to address the challenges you face as working-parent partners, from negotiating responsibilities at home to making career decisions to supporting each other's growth.
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