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To contribute to our understanding of how paid work and family time interact, this paper examines how characteristics of parental paid employment are associated with differences in parent-child time.
With an increased participation of mothers in paid employment, especially in part-time work, and an...
This article takes a look at who is experiencing time pressure, and also what reasons people give for that time pressure.
Feelings of being rushed, stressed, harried or time pressured are prevalent across society, causing concern for how this experience of time impacts upon...
Well coordinated and integrated home based care is an efficient and cost effective model for providing long term care. There is, however, emerging evidence to suggest that family members pay a price for taking on long term care responsibilities at home.
This paper focuses on the correlation of labour market outcomes of parents and children and investigates whether education is an important factor in this correlation
, allowing for its potential endogeneity.
Based on the Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) data,...