work life balance
'Family-Friendly' Occupations for Women Are a Myth
A New York Times story pushed medicine as the ideal career for women. A closer look at data shows "better work-life balance" is actually "choosing careers that require fewer hours" and "still relatively less pay."
The Gig Economy Blurs the Line Between Work and Fun for Freelancers
When coworking spaces offer night-time social events and other freelancers invite you to “laptop pedicures,” it’s hard to know where the work ends and the socializing begins.