The New Old Age – from New York Times, this blog says, “Thanks to the marvels of medical science, our parents are living longer than ever before. Adults over age 80 are the fastest growing segment of the population, and most will spend years dependent on others for the most basic needs. That burden falls to their baby boomer children. In The New Old Age, we explore this unprecedented intergenerational challenge.”
Working Parents Blog – This BusinessWeek blog posts about “…issues and day-to-day concerns of working parents, offering up interviews with work/life experts, examinations of relevant research, and their personal accounts of bouncing between separate, sometimes conflicting worlds.”
The Working Caregiver – by Susan Avello, the Vice President of Network Development with AgingInfoUSA and a caregiver advocate. She describes the blog as “an everyday guide for working caregivers.”
Corporate Voices for Working Families – the blog’s sponsoring nonprofit organization describes itself as “the leading national business membership organization representing the private sector voice in the dialogue on public policy issues involving working families…Collectively our 50 partner companies, with annual net revenues of more than $1 trillion, employ more than 4 million individuals throughout all 50 states.”
The JuggleWall Street Journal sponsored blog that “examines the choices and tradeoffs people make as they juggle work and family. The site provides readers with news, insight and tips on parenting, workplace issues, commuting, caregiving and other issues busy readers with families face. It is also a place for readers to share and compare their own work-and-family experiences and to seek advice and recommendations.”
Work and Family Blog – sponsored by the Sloan Work & Family Research Council, this blog focuses on work/life issues, and frequently includes a great roundup of news stories related to work & family issues.
Working Moms Blog – Katherine Reynolds Lewis is an award-winning journalist whose articles on work, family, personal finance, business and politics have appeared in dozens of different regional and national publications. A working Mom herself, Katherine and her husband Brian are the proud parents of three daughters, aged 3, 6, and 17.


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