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The Breadwinners

Feb 25, 2020

Studies find that men still don’t spend as much time on household chores as their breadwinning wives. Indeed, in female-breadwinner households, the greater the income disparity, the less housework the husband does. Except when it comes to cooking. Between 2002 and 2010, men upped the amount of time spent cooking each...


Feb 18, 2020

According to Gallup, two-thirds of employees report feeling burned out at work. But what does burnout really mean — and who’s responsible for fighting it? Jennifer and Rachael consider how burn out is defined, its impact in our lives and its very real costs to employees and employers. Are you feeling burned out?...


Feb 11, 2020

Despite the fact that infertility was officially designated a disease by the American Medical Association in 2017, full fertility treatments still aren’t covered by most company health insurance plans. Meanwhile, 73,000 babies were born in 2015 using assisted reproductive technologies, a number that has doubled in the...


Feb 4, 2020

According to a CivicScience survey, more than 41 million American will be searching for a job this year — or just about a quarter of the population. What are the added joys of job hunting when you’re also supporting a partner, kids, parents, loved ones — and what do the numbers about the best ways to find a job...