More Workers Alleging Bias Against Caregivers

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More Couples Divorce After Decades Of Marriage

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Obama Tells Agencies: Speed Up The Hiring Process

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Obama Budget Pushes Paid Leave Programs

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The typical American teenager sends 50 texts a day, according to a new report by the Pew Research Center's Internet and American Life Project, and the University of Michigan. Kristin Murphy/Deseret News via AP hide caption

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Teen Texting Soars; Will Social Skills Suffer?

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Despite New Law, Gender Salary Gap Persists

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Thousands Clamor For Immigration Changes

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Boomerang Kids Drive Rise Of Extended Family Living

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How To Make Shift Work Family Friendly

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The End Of 9-To-5: When Work Time Is Anytime

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Kristy Stumpf, who works from her home in Broad Run, Va., part of the week, greets her daughters Lauren, 9 (left), and Lacey, 6 (right), as they hop off the school bus. Stumpf's employer, List Innovative Solutions, lets employees largely set their own hours. Rod Lamkey Jr. for NPR hide caption

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When Employers Make Room For Work-Life Balance

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Emergency Medical Technician Melinda Pethel, with a medical assistance team from Atlanta, carries an orphaned baby into the American embassy in Port-au-Prince on Monday. John Poole/NPR hide caption

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Haiti's Quake Orphans Will Stay Put, For Now

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