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Decision Making for Couples
Clawson, James G.; Yemen, Gerry; Kotter, John; Faux, Victor; MacArthur, Charles Technical Note PACS-0099 / Published March 8, 2004 / 10 pages.
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Few of us make job selection decisions or career moves without considering and discussing issues with someone important in our lives. How do you and your partner make career decisions? Is it based on family location, quality of the job offer, size of salary offered, how much your children like their schools, or ?. what? The manner in which you reach career decisions can usually be related to how you describe and value your social relationship in relation to your work. Learning a decision making process to manage the relationship between career and family will lead to fewer relationship dilemmas.


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    Few of us make job selection decisions or career moves without considering and discussing issues with someone important in our lives. How do you and your partner make career decisions? Is it based on family location, quality of the job offer, size of salary offered, how much your children like their schools, or ?. what? The manner in which you reach career decisions can usually be related to how you describe and value your social relationship in relation to your work. Learning a decision making process to manage the relationship between career and family will lead to fewer relationship dilemmas.

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