Work-family conflict may put children at risk for behavioural problems

Australian researchers looked at 10,000 families, and found that high work-life conflict among parents was tied to increased odds of their children facing behavioral and emotional problems. Fathers who spent longer hours at work, particularly in low-quality jobs, and those who were the sole breadwinner of the family were more prone to higher levels of work-family conflict.

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