work-life balance, coping mechanisms, medical devices, forced labor, business communication
The balancing act of contemporary life can be exhausting. Rarely is rewarding work, deeply satisfying relationships, and rejuvenating self-care tied up in a package and delivered on your doorstep. Sandholtz, Derr, Buckner, and Carlson, ask the question, “Has life for the dedicated post-modern careerist been reduced to ‘You’re born, you juggle, then you die?’” Hopefully, that is not the pre-destined fate of all contemporary adults.
In this issue of Marriott Student Review, our authors explore the balancing act of business professionals who teeter between relationships and work, as well as success and failure in their external and internal lives.
"Full Issue: The Balancing Act (Volume 2: Issue 3),"
Marriott Student Review: Vol. 2
, Article 1.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/marriottstudentreview/vol2/iss3/1
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