Aaron Gouveia has worked as the Content Manager of Salary.com since 2011. Prior to that, he was an award-winning journalist at several prominent New England newspapers. Read more...
We don't have all the answers, but this survey proves things are definitely changing.
Women still aren't earning as much as men, but more of them than ever are breadwinners and their presence in the workforce is growing ever stronger. Yet even though women still feel put upon, the ones we surveyed have no ambition to work for or with other women. For men, their newfound proclivity for work/life balance is refreshing. However, until that willingness to be more involved at home is recognized and actually supported by more women and employers, many men will continue to feel lost in (forgive the pun) no man's land between work and home.
If you're interested in hearing a personal testimonial from Salary.com's general manager regarding modern-day work and parenthood from the trenches of being a working mother, click here.