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  • The boundaries between work and home life are blurring
  • The boundaries between work and home life are blurring
    Joachim Schlosser, Creative Commons (2011) ©
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Home economics: how work is influencing family life

With the number of working parents on the rise, quality time with the family is becoming increasingly hard to organise. Parents are looking to a new source of inspiration for help: business.

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With the rise of working parents, quality time with the family is becoming increasingly hard to organise. Yet for many families, the challenge is not just getting together, but staying together. The recent drop in divorce rates in both the UK and US is not necessarily explained by happier relationships, but is in some cases attributed to the cost of splitting up, emotionally and monetarily.

Whether finding a way to make family life work, or just work better, some families are looking to a new source of inspiration for help: business. [1][2] Families are ...

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