By Steinke G.F.
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With most employed adults working nearly full-time,  both men and women juggle major responsibilities outside work. The majority (53 percent) of employees have either children or elders for whom they care—a remarkable number.  The care responsibilities are often very demanding; for example, one in five of elder adults being cared for has Alzheimer's disease or dementia (Fredriksen-Goldsen & Scharlach, 2001). With a median household income of $42,000 (in 2000), most families do not earn enough to contract out the things the stay-at-home partner used to do.
One in two American workers has either been downsized, worked for a company that has been merged or acquired, or been transferred to another city because of job requirements (Ellsworth, 2002; Maharaj, 1998). In 1996, 11 percent of employees thought there was a significant chance they could lose their job within the next year, an increase from 3 percent in 1989 (Mishel, Bernstein, & Boushey, 2002). " By 1992-94, those confidences had fallen to 55 percent and 51 percent (Ellsworth, 2002; B. O'Reilly, 1994).
In one sense bringing home and work closer together is an integration of the female side of life (the private or home side) with the male (the public or work side). The old ideal worker was quintessentially masculine—focused on being separate from others—individuated. He was independent and competitive. (From infancy boys establish their identity by being different—differentiating from the mothers Chapter 4: The New Ideal Worker 45 46 Chapter 4: The New Ideal Worker who raise them; girls establish their identity by being the same as their mothers.
2-dimensional minkowski planes and desarguesian derived affine planes by Steinke G.F.