“Nearly half of female faculty members in top science departments wish they’d had more children, but didn’t because of their careers, while about a quarter of their male counterparts feel the same way, according to a new study.”
Read more, “The Children They Never Had,” here at the Inside Higher Ed page.
One thought on “I wonder what the numbers would be like for Philosophy?”
I’ve got three kids but wish I had more. I wanted seven, or more. Being an only child I always fantasized Cheaper By the Dozen or The Waltons–a house full of kids. And if I were male and had a cooperative wife to take care of those kids I would have had them. Or if I were rich and could hire Mary Poppins to do all the child care I would have had them.
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