women set new goals for careers and lives
women set new goals for careers and lives According to the Pew survey, a much smaller share of women between ages 35 and 64 say having a prosperous career is among the most important things to them. But there’s plenty of reason to believe the next generation of working moms will do things differently, Ms. Parker said. Claudia Goldin, an economist at Harvard University, sees many factors...
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