Don’t kill romance for longer operational hours

By | January 10, 2016

Revolving conformist knowledge on its head, a new study has establish that there is in fact no negative relationship between the hours worked and association happiness.

“Our research questions the assumption that working longer hours is hazardous for all romantic relationships,” the study said. (Source: Prothom-alo)

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Predictable knowledge and study appear to propose that cronies in dual career couples affairs where mutually partners pursue their careers have to make a decision whether they would rather risk their careers or their quixotic relationship.

“Our study attempts to help answer the question of whether dual-career couples should be hesitant to devote many hours to their work when they fear negative relationship consequences,” the researchers noted. (Source: Prothom-alo)

In the research, 285 couples took part to decide the effect of working hours on relationships. As the researchers explain;

By exploratory the relations linking participants’ working time, private lives and happiness in their individual relationships, the team of researchers from Switzerland and Germany found that couples rewarded for the time lost with their partners by assembly the most of time they have following work.

The researchers explained how occupation driven people who are investing long hours into work, critical in the tracking down of their career goals, are also conscious that they cannot have everything in their private lives.

“There was no negative association between working time and relationship satisfaction,” the study said. (Source: Prothom-alo)

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