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Work-life balance: Live chat with expert Karen Duncan

Getting a university education is usually associated only with positives. But a recent study found that university-educated people with children in dual-earning…

By mmast , in Life , on March 23, 2013

Karen DuncanGetting a university education is usually associated only with positives.

But a recent study found that university-educated people with children in dual-earning homes are significantly less likely to be satisfied with their work-family balance than those without.

On Wednesday, March 27, at 10 a.m. PST, Karen Duncan, who co-authored the study, will join us for a live chat and answer your questions.

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Duncan is an associate professor in the department of family social sciences at the University of Manitoba. She has her bachelor’s in professional home economics and specializes in family-resources management, family economics, balancing work and family, home-based work, family business, and valuation of time.