2011
DOI: 10.17265/2159-5542/2011.06.006
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Joshua Doerner, Joel T. Nadler, Meghan R. Lowery

Abstract: USAIndividuals in the workplace can have a difficult time advancing both career and family, and this remains especially true for women. The decision to forego or delay a relationship in favor of advancement at work can have a detrimental impact on satisfaction. A national sample (N = 3504) was examined for sex differences in delaying relationships and the resulting impact on life and job satisfaction. An interaction was found between sex and delaying relationship commitments in relation to pay satisfaction. M…

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