Wednesday, January 16, 2008
Interesting post by Peter Lattman at the Wall Street Journal Law Blog:
There’s a page-one WaPo story on young professionals in their 20s and early 30s who decide to buck demographic trends and have children. It’s the third in an ongoing series about the choices young professionals make. We posted on the last story in this series — about a third-year law student who could not decide between taking a law firm job or pursuing a non profit position or fellowship.
So, like Pete, I want to ask readers of this blog whether having kids relatively early make work/life balance easier for women to achieve later on?