How women's personal lives affect their career goals

01/21/2013 | PsychCentral.com

Women may be less inclined to push for advancement in their professional lives if they have control over household decision making, according to university research. "As a result, women may make decisions such as not going after a high-status promotion at work, or not seeking to work full time, without realizing why," said Emory University assistant professor Melissa Williams, lead author of the study. The same effect was not observed in men.

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