Men and Work-Life Conflict

Key findings from The New Male Mystique:

  • Men now experience more work-family conflict than women. This is especially true among fathers in dual-earner couples whose level of stress has risen from 35% in 1977 to 60% in 2008.
  • Spending more time at work significantly increases the potential for work-family conflict.

Download the report for more revealing findings.


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