The Challenge of becoming a Professional Chartered Accountant and a Mother in early adulthood (English)

In: Equal Opportunities International   ;  6 ,  4  ;  21-24  ;  1987
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This study comprised interviews with 60 women chartered accountants in Quebec. It revealed their strong professional identity, strategies for reconciling family and career at the birth of their first child and the dilemma they face when considering a second child. The importance of organisational innovation is also discussed

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Women in Scientific Professions: The Emerging Trends
Sharma, Sarla | 1987
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Success Patterns of Professional Women: A Study of 452 Women Architects
Boulgarides, James D. | 1987
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The Challenge of becoming a Professional Chartered Accountant and a Mother in early adulthood
Harel-Giasson, Francine / Marchis-Mouren, Marie-Francoise / Martel, Louise | 1987
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Women Engineers : Conditions at University and in the Profession in West Germany
Rudolph, Hedwig / Janshen, Doris | 1987
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