What Israeli women want
Bucking societal and religious shibboleths, this generation is pushing for shared parenting to strike a balance between the mommy track and the superwoman model.
At one time, “Ronit” (not her real name) was a mid-level administrator at a large insurance company in the center of Israel. At the age of 35, with three children, she wanted out. “I'm going home,” she told her amazed bosses, who were positive she was heading straight for the top. Some of them believed she was actually going over to their biggest rival, but Ronit meant every...
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