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The impact of partnership and family-building on the careers of highly-qualified women: issues for effective management practice (2009)
Presentation / Conference
Wilton, N. (2009, July). The impact of partnership and family-building on the careers of highly-qualified women: issues for effective management practice. Paper presented at Ninth International Conference on Knowledge, Culture and Change in Organisations

The dramatic rise in female labour market participation over the last twenty years in the UK has led to a significant growth in the proportion of dual-career couples and working parents. For example, the Office for National Statistics report that the... Read More about The impact of partnership and family-building on the careers of highly-qualified women: issues for effective management practice.

The impact of family-building on the careers of female graduates: Some insights for effective management practice (2009)
Journal Article
Wilton, N. (2009). The impact of family-building on the careers of female graduates: Some insights for effective management practice

In the UK, the proportion of couples with dependent children where both partners were in work increased from 57 per cent to 66 per cent between 1994/5 and 2005/6 (Simon and Whiting 2007) and looks set to continue to rise. The imperative for both men... Read More about The impact of family-building on the careers of female graduates: Some insights for effective management practice.