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Work-Life Balance Satisfaction: An Analysis of Gender Differences and Contributing Factors

  title={Work-Life Balance Satisfaction: An Analysis of Gender Differences and Contributing Factors},
  author={Amy Blank Wilson and Maria Agla{\'e} Tedesco Vilardo and Renee Fellinger and Trish Dillenbeck},
Thisdescriptive study examined the differences in men and women’s perceived satisfactionwith work-life balance and current job, as well as the factors that contributeto satisfaction in both areas.  Whilewomen generally indicated lower levels of satisfaction overall with bothwork-life balance and their current job, the difference between women and men wasnot statistically significant.  Multiplepersonal and professional factors positively correlated with work-life balancesatisfaction, and… 

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