Balancing work and family has gotten tougher in this recession, according to a survey released Wednesday.
How do these numbers add up to you?
Thirty-eight percent of those polled said their work-life balance has gotten worse since the Great Recession started, according to a survey by polling firm StrategyOne.
Only 10 percent said it has improved, according to the survey of 1,043 Americans, including 613 who work full-time or part-time.
A vast majority of Americans (89 percent) see work-life balance as a problem, including 54 percent who said it is a “significant problem,” the survey found.
Still, 69 percent said their own balance is adequate, the survey said.
The consequences of an imbalance go beyond the workplace.
When Americans’ work-life balance is disrupted, families bear the brunt, the survey found.
Thirty-seven percent said that time with family is the first thing that suffers when work-life balance gets out of whack. Twenty-two percent said that personal time is most affected.
When asked if their company is doing enough to address the issue, 57 percent said yes and 43 percent said no.
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