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The work world - and the world of child-rearing - have changed dramatically in 40 years. This survey asks what changes we should make to reflect a world in which women fully expect to work outside the home. Thanks for taking it.

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* 1. How significant do you think the following challenges will be for most women in the workplace over the next 20 years?

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Overcoming lingering gender bias at work
"Having a life" beyond work and home responsibilities
Getting their partner to do their fair share at home
Overcoming their own internalized limits on success
Feeling like they're a good enough mom

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* 2. What do you consider to be the most important messages to convey to girls about the world of work and home that awaits them as grown women?

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Be "twice as good" to succeed at work
Marry someone who won't hold you back
Always put family first
Don't hold yourself back
Look for a career, not just a job
It's okay to be a stay-at-home mom

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* 3. Do the expressions "be a lady," or "be feminine" have useful meaning in the current age?

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* 4. If you answered yes to question 2, list (separately in the boxes) below what you think the content of "being a lady" or "be feminine" should be:

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* 5. How important are the following policy-cultural changes for women to achieve their full potential at work and home?

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Available, quality day care
Paid maternity leave
Paid paternity leave
Contraceptive equity
Equal pay for equal work
Representation of women at highest levels of management

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* 6. In order to share results with you according to differences in age and gender, please check the two boxes that apply to you:

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