Given Their Druthers


When asked what they would do if money was no object and they had young children,

53% of executives said they would continue to work, but at a reduced load.

39% said they would devote themselves full-time to the family, opting to become stay-at-home parents.

9% said they’d continue working full-time.

Note: Figures don’t add to 100% due to rounding.

Source: TheLadders, .


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