Single People Need Work-Life Balance Too

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Single People Need Work-Life Balance Too.

A report on a more general take on work/life balance that is more inclusive than the most common lens of balance – that between work and family responsibilities.  In the study referenced here, the authors look at “life interference” which is to say, the extent to which work interferes with education, leisure, relationships and family. An interesting conclusion that the lowest point of job satisfaction is associated with work interference with education.  As well, women are more likely to experience life interference than men according to this study.


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