Category: Work

Family Issues, Work

support girls in techHow Men Win when They Support Women in Technology

Forging healthy relationships in and out of the workplace has benefits for everyone.   When it comes to technology in the workplace, men historically have always had the edge, occupying the majority of jobs. These days however, it’s not just men who are geeking out over technology and occupying the majority of seats in colleges […]

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Education, Pay Equity, Work

wanted: male nursesWanted: Male Nurses

Despite efforts to promote greater gender equality among professions, there remains a significant need for more men in the nursing profession. The nursing field is only around 6% male, though this number is slowly rising. It doesn’t seem to be the education itself that serves as a deterrent; many men entering the nursing field have […]

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Family Issues, Fatherhood, Psychology, Work

being the breadwinner isn't always goodMen, Maybe Being The Breadwinner Is Not a Good Thing

Gendered expectations in marriage are not just bad for women, they are also bad for men, according to a new study by University of Connecticut (UConn) sociologists. Using data on the same nationally representative group of married men and women over 15 years, the authors examined the relationship between men’s and women’s relative income contributions […]

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Anxiety, Depression, Sports, Work

it's not easy being bigIt’s Not Easy Being Big

We’ve talked about how the size and shape of your body affect pretty much everything in your life, from your risk of developing a variety of diseases and your life expectancy, to your salary and the quantity and quality of your romantic relationships. If you’re overweight or obese, several new studies add more doom and […]

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Anxiety, Cardio, Depression, Growing Up, Masculinity, Sex, testosterone, Work

Could Masculinity Be Killing You?Could Masculinity Be Killing You?

From the time we’re little, we’re taught that big boys don’t cry and told that when times get tough, we just need to “man up.” The message is so strong that even a baby could figure it out (and plenty do): boys shouldn’t cry. Put a different way, boys–and later, men–need to be tough. “Real” […]

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