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As the labor market tightens, employers have been competing for highly educated workers by trying to make it easier for them to do their jobs and also have families — benefits like egg freezing or reduced
Diana Limongi, who works at a university in New York City, returned to work four months after giving birth to her daughter last year. This was the maximum amount of time she was able to take — unpaid through
Nancy Glynn, 27, called it her "NICU diet," but it wasn't about weight loss. It was about financial survival. When her son, Hunter, was born two months premature, he was 2 pounds, 10 ounces and fighting