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  • Spending time with kids may make dads better workers

    Boston Globe - 03/23/2015

    Researchers at Northeastern University, the University of Massachusetts Lowell, and Boston College conducted online surveys of nearly 1,000 working fathers and in-depth interviews with 31 relatively new working dads, all in professional or managerial positions. Along with finding a link between job satisfaction and time spent with their children — which researchers attribute to greater satisfaction with work-life balance — they uncovered a deep tension between traditional and nontraditional views of fatherhood.

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