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Title: Career-priority patterns among managerial and professional women in Singapore
Authors: Burke, R.J.
Kong, Y.P. 
Issue Date: 1996
Source: Burke, R.J.,Kong, Y.P. (1996). Career-priority patterns among managerial and professional women in Singapore. Psychological Reports 78 (3 PART 2) : 1304-1306. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This study examined correlates of career-priority patterns, anchored at the extremes by career-primary and career-family orientations, among 104 managerial and professional women in Singapore. Data were collected using anonymously completed questionnaires. Career-family women were more likely to have worked part-time in their careers, were at lower organizational levels, and reported less job involvement than did career-primary women. There were no differences on a variety of individual demographic and work-situation characteristics in job and career satisfaction and measures of psychological well-being.
Source Title: Psychological Reports
ISSN: 00332941
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