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Balance dualincomeearningfamiliesontherise

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Unformatted text preview: ting Role Balance Dual­income earning families on the rise Strain on health and welfare Gender differences in job satisfaction and mental stress Management strategies include: job sharing, flexible work schedules/employee scheduling control, working from home, leave arrangements, dependent care assistance Employee scheduling control, work­life balance programs can improve job satisfaction and mental well­ being, decrease work­to­family conflict Assaults to development in emerging and early adulthood emerging Alcohol –binge drinking and alcoholism Drug abuse, opioid use Smoking Mental health issues Sexual assault Other conditions seen in practice Clinical examples-assaults to development...
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