Gross Domestic Product vs. Quality of Life:A Transatlantic Dialogue on Balancing Work and FamilyBellagio, ItalyJanuary 29 - February 2, 2001 Funded by: The Rockefeller Foundation and The Ford Foundation Sponsored by: Institute for Women and Work at Cornell University Co-Sponsored by: The Feminism and Legal Theory Project at Cornell University School of Law
Main Conference Room L to R: Konstanze Plett, Maria Tome, Francine Moccio, Betty Friedan, Diane Perrons, William D. Salter
Created: Mon Jan 29 17:30:39 EST 2001 How well are you doing on balancing personal and professional demands? I'm in a couple and have a family, and we're barely keeping it together. 10% 257 votes I'm in a couple and we have a family, and so far we're managing OK. 22% 582 votes I'm single with kids, and I'm losing ground every day. 2% 54 votes I'm single with kids, and at this point, I'm handling home and work fairly well. 3% 78 votes I'm in a couple, no kids, and we're stressed, as is. 17% 458 votes I'm in a couple, no kids, and we're finding time for life together as well as work. 18% 492 votes I'm single without kids, and feeling pressured to give up more and more time to work. 17% 446 votes I'm single without kids, and so far balancing my time and work time successfully. 12% 324 votes TOTAL: 2691 VOTES This QuickVote is not scientific and reflects the opinions of only those Internet users who have chosen to participate. The results cannot be assumed to represent the opinionsof Internet users in general, nor the public as a whole. The QuickVote sponsor is not responsible for content, functionality or the opinions expressed therein.