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Survey: Men more likely to change jobs for better work-life balance

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Millennial generation and young parents hit the hardest by demands of career and family life.A third of full-time employees globally find it more difficult to manage work- life in the last five years, revealed a new survey by EY.Approximately half (46%) of managers globally are working more than 40- hour weeks, and four in 10 say their hours have increased over the past five years, the survey found.While women are more often seen making sacrifices in their careers to spend time with family, the survey revealed a different reality in the US.

Source: Survey: Men more likely to change jobs for better work-life balance | hrmasia

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