Singaporeans work an average of 44 hours per week Wherever you are in the world, working is a big part of our lives, and while we may not think too much about it, the way we approach our working lives is massively impacted by the national culture towards work. While some countries value a positive […]
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Women can have it all, right? Look at our Prime Minister, juggling her 3-month-old daughter with the most important job in the country. If she can do it, so can we. Except Ardern has a full-time, stay-at-home partner and loads of support. How do normal families – where both parents often have to work – split the childcare?