Parents juggling the guilt and pressure of work and family life might be pleased to know research shows keeping down a job is actually good for children. Income from work can create better outcomes and well-being for children while other research suggests working parents are modelling a positive work ethic for their kids. Unfortunately, such facts don’t […]
Antonia Kish is a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) candidate within the School of Psychology at The University of Queensland. She is a graduate of The University of Queensland, and holds a Bachelor of Psychological Science with Honours. Her research focuses on working parents of children with chronic illness, and how meeting responsibilities of dual roles influences parent and child wellbeing.
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