Cindy Krischer Goodman

Cindy Krischer Goodman

Millennial dads expect to share parenting

The first thing Shawn McAskill does when he arrives at his Pompano Beach home after an hour’s commute from Miami is take a deep breath and prepare for the chaos about to ensue. A 29-year-old father of two young boys and the family’s sole income earner, McAskill says it’s expected that he will help his wife with dinner, bath time and getting his sons to bed. “I don’t have a chance to blow off steam because when I get home, I’m still on the clock,” he says.

About Cindy Krischer Goodman

Cindy Krischer Goodman

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Cindy Krischer Goodman's weekly column on work and family issues will explore the conflicting demands of career and personal life.

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