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Women Want Shorter Work Days

By sibananda     Mar 22, 2007 in Lifestyle
To attend household work and spend more time with children, women want to work for short period, even they earn less by doing that a report says.
A study says's that in U.S 5.6 percent men and 10.1 percent women would spent less time spent in their office even they earn less. The reason could be they have more house hold responsibilities than men or they want to spend more time with their children.
U.S Census Bureau which produces monthly and annual average estimates of nation's employment and unemployment has suggested that 7% of men and women want less work hours for which they would sacrifice some income.
People who are married or having a child less than three years of age are more likely to report over employment and want cut in work hours. People who have attained a certain level of satisfying income would prefer less work hours.
The study’s lead author Lonnie Goldman, a Penn State University economist said that it is impossible for some men to take care of house hold responsibilities while maintaining a career. Economists and other labor researchers have debated whether women leave the workforce because they are happier at home or because the workplace is too rigid and prevents a balanced work-home life.
Therefore it seems that work at home and home-business are increasing
day by day. DJ users how you react to above study?
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