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09 March 2011

Women feel guilty about work-home intrusion

Women are more affected than men by the intrusion of work into their home-life by e-mails, phone calls and texts and report higher levels of psychological distress, research shows.

Women are more affected than men by the intrusion of work into their home-life through e-mails, phone calls and texts and report higher levels of psychological distress, according to new research.

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