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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As a result, these individuals would hold egalitarian beliefs about dual-career relationships.
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.
They get it all the time--the curious looks and questions from many in and outside of higher education circles who wonder how, as a couple, they manage to do so seemingly well what other dual-career couples living in the same house and city cannot.
There appear to be distinctive trends toward dual-career families and an interest in having flexible work arrangements that help employees achieve balance between their work and family life.
Zandvliet is just finalising a study for the European Commission on the mobility of dual-career couples.
University of Florida will introduce a Presidential Council on Diversity and the Status of Women, a dual-career services program, and other initiatives to help establish policies, stimulate cross-campus discussions, standardize practices, and encourage flexible career choices.
Drawing on a recent study of 500 dual-career families in eight communities across the U.
Once a rarity, commuter marriages among dual-career couples are increasingly common.
The rise in the number of dual-career families does coincide with increases in childhood obesity in this country.
She wanted to explore the ways dual-career couples take each other for granted.
Social comparison in the workplace: A study of 60 dual-career couples.