dual-career

dual-career

adjective Pertaining to ≥ 2 careers; dual-career doctors, for example, may also be lawyers, writers, inventors, entrepreneurs, etc.
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The advent of the birth control pill dramatically changed women's careers and launched the dual-career family.
Role Stress and Mental Health of the Male Partners in Dual-Career Couples', Psychological Studies (1995); 40: pp 11-17.
To help facilitate the lives of dual-career couples, health care organizations should consider coordinated schedules, daycare provisions in the workplace, adjusted timelines for promotion and tenure, and planning for spousal employment during recruitment," said Liselotte N.
But she doesn't anticipate her dual-career status will pose problems for future clients.
In order to help dual-career women to manage the demands of both work and family, it is necessary to explore the origins and correlates of work stressors and workfamily conflict, and to try to find a support system at the level of the family, workplace, community and government for resolving it.
This can be a barrier for women who seek advancement while juggling family responsibilities in dual-career couples.
Despite the critical impact that individuals' normative beliefs may have on their work and family outcomes, little existing research has specifically measured or assessed individuals' normative beliefs about the success of dual-career relationships or their outcomes (Litzky et al, 1998; Litzky et al.
The text offers general readers, particularly dual-career couples, observations about how men interact with women, particularly successful women; the challenges to success in a dual-career marriage; and how men might handle the situation when their wives' professional achievements exceed their own.
Several universities, especially those in less urban centres, have started to recognize the challenge of recruiting faculty in a dual-career relationship and have started innovative programming to help the "accompanying partner" to find meaningful work close to the university.