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For decades, the movement to strike a healthy work-life balance focused on women. But a new generation of young men is adding a Y chromosome to the debate. Millenial men now want to share both the bread-winning and the child-rearing, and in fact report higher levels of work-life conflict than do women. Kojo examines the concerns of young working men and looks at how employers are beginning to respond.
- Kathleen Gerson Professor of Sociology, New York University; author of the forthcoming book The Unfinished Revolution: How a New Generation is Reshaping Family, Work and Gender in America
- Ken Gosnell Associate Vice President of National Programming, National Fatherhood Initiative
- Ellen Galinsky President, Families and Work Institute
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