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Air Force to Allow Three Years Off to Start Families

What a topsy turvy week it's been. Perfect couple Beyonce and Jay Z are now models of dysfunction. The flagship indoctrination station of the left wing liberal media fires its first female executive editor. Cats are attacking dogs. And now, the US Military takes the lead on an important issue of women's rights. Is… » 5/15/14 5:15pm 5/15/14 5:15pm

Work-Life Balance Isn't Just for Moms—All the Single Ladies Want It Too

There's the common perception that once women have children they suddenly look around at their careers and realize that it's meaningless compared to the joy they derive from spending time with their children. Or, even if they love their job, the demands of childcare mean there's just not as much time in the day for… » 5/23/12 11:50am 5/23/12 11:50am

Ladies Now Care More About Making Money Than Lazy, Lazy Dudes

Women have finally begun to give up the ghost of any lingering Cinderella or Romney fantasies left after the Who Wants to Marry a Millionaire? disaster. According to new research released by the Pew Research Center, for the first time, women care more about having high paying jobs for themselves than their male… » 4/19/12 7:20pm 4/19/12 7:20pm

The Concept of Work/Life Balance Is Kind of Silly

Successful career women are almost always — perhaps even literally always — asked in interviews how they deal with the infamous "the work/life balance." Women who haven't married or had children are quizzed on why they haven't — can their withering wombs be chalked up to a heavy workload? — and women who do achieve… » 4/04/12 12:50pm 4/04/12 12:50pm

Work-Life Balance Goes Out The Window With Bloomberg Discrimination Suit

A federal judge didn't just dismiss the pregnancy and sex discrimination claim brought by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on behalf of 65 employees of Bloomberg LP. She also delivered a stinging rebuke to the idea of work-life balance, at least as far as the courts are concerned in enforcing it. » 8/18/11 11:30am 8/18/11 11:30am