The (Un)Happy Homemaker

The (Un)Happy Homemaker

they suggest that the working woman is generally happier and more satisfied with her life than the woman who does not work. But some of these findings, says Wright, of the Social and Demographic Research Institute at the University of Massachusetts, have been based on only a small sampling of predominantly working-class women.
Analyzing data from broader surveys conducted the National Opinion Research Center, Wright finds that working women "typically carry the double burden of work and...

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