Around-the-clock: Parent work schedules and childrens' well-being in a 24-h economy
Family life in developed economies has undergone a fundamental change - shifting from single-breadwinner households (typical of the post war decades) to families where both parents are employed. Equally dramatic has been the emergence of around-the-clock
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