strategies for getting a life

S L Forsburg notmyaddress at hotmail.com
Sat Apr 15 19:04:24 EST 2000


See
http://www.biomednet.com/hmsbeagle/54/notes/adapt

for information on how companies are starting to value people with "real
lives". 

 Universities lag far behind, but at least a few of them may start to
"get" it.  
The article says

>On the university side, MIT, Harvard, and the University of 
>Pennsylvania reportedly take burnout and other work-life issues 
>very seriously. They have all hired full-time work-life professionals 
>to help faculty achieve the integration they need. However, changing the
>tradition of overworking in the university research culture 
>will not be easy.


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