Women would ditch full-time careers

Most women would ditch their
full-time careers to work part-time or to become a full-time mother, according
to a new survey.

A poll by Top Santé magazine
showed that nine out of ten women believed they had ‘too many roles’ and
two-thirds said that getting a good work-life balance was their biggest barrier
to happiness.

Editor Marina Gask, said the
‘have-it-all’ dream had turned into a ‘do-it-all’ nightmare.

“In reality, most women
struggle to look after their family and hold down a demanding job to make ends
meet,” she said.

Survey respondents said they
looked up to Margaret Thatcher and Madonna as role models for working women.

Michael Millar

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