Times Higher Education: "Single Academics 'Have Worse Work-life Balance', Study Finds"
January 6, 2021
Analysis conducted by Nida Denson and Katalin Szelenyi of Faculty Job Satisfaction Survey data finds that whether an academic is in a relationship has bigger impact on their perception of work-life balance than whether or not they have children.
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