People who work in business and finance often want it all. But what if that includes children?
According to a new study of business school graduates from the University of Chicago, taking time off — say, maternity leave — can hurt a woman's career more in the finance sector than in other professions. We talk about the mother's obstacles to climbing the corporate ladder.
- Claudia Goldin, Henry Lee Professor of Economics at Harvard UniversityJamie Ladge, assistant professor of management and development at Northeastern University; faculty affiliate at the Boston College Center for Work and Family
This program aired on August 9, 2010.