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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(This tip is from 'Finding Balance as a Dual-Career Couple,' by Amy Jen Su.)
With dual-career couples becoming increasingly common, this mismatch presents a huge challenge in finding temporary childcare to fill the gaps.
SRC Bede's Campus Principal Ben Robinson said: "This is a great opportunity for young female players in the Tees Valley area to enter a programme with recognised pathways to the professional game whilst continuing their education in a dual-career ethos."
Family variables as mediators of the relationship between work-family-conflict and marital adjustment among dual-career men and women.
Harriet Hollis' dissertation, supervised by Dr Andrew Brinkley, focused on Sport psychology and was titled 'Resilience in Dual-Career Athletes: Does Student Type Predict Greater Resilience and Psychological Wellbeing?' Sam Taylor concentrated on strength and conditioning for his project, 'The Effects of Different Durations of Self-Myofascial Release on Range of Motion and Jump Performance', which was supervised by Dr Joe Shepherd.
Duxbury and Higgins (1991) did a study on Saskatchewan workers, in which they tested a number of different indicators of mental health such as job stress, perceived stress, burnout and depression among dual-career couples.
His compassion for people is evident in his dual-career as the new pastor of First Baptist Church of Benton and as a dialysis LPN/patient care technician at Davita.
"It means we can fulfil the transformational dual-career approach by helping them to grow and develop business opportunities in sports and other industries, as well as experience life as a business student while they are here.
Considering this, the work of Sultana, Tabassum and Abdullah (2014) deserves special attention, which identified nine challenges that dual-career couples have to deal with, which are: time for children, conflict home-work, conflict work-family, confidence to external support (like nannies and cleaners), personal welfare, lack of time for family, lack of time for domestic activities and difficulties in maintaining social relationships.
A Guide for Dual-Career Couples: Rewriting the Rules
Because this sample Includes mostly highly educated women from dual-career couples, the results may not hold for all new mothers, especially those who do not work outside the home.
We help our athletes with exam dates and attendance times and cooperate with 10 universities including Vienna University of Economics, University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt and Northumbria." Colin Allen of TASS added: "KADA is the Austria dual-career organisation which offers career advice to athletes.