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  1. WHO WE ARE IN 2004

  2. www.1979reunionfever.com • raw survey results • today’s presentation • Do your own crosstabs!

  3. Gender

  4. Race

  5. Marriage, Kids, Lifestyle • 84% Married or Engaged • 81% With Kids • 91% Of The Married Have Kids • 65% Rate Health Excellent, 31% Good

  6. Career, Work Spirituality • 26% Protestant, 23% Jewish, 17% Catholic • 85% Went On To Further Education, 60% Top 3 • 60% Work In Business/Medicine/Law

  7. Money & Sex • 41% 200K and Individual Income • 58% 200K and HH Inc. • 94% Heterosexual • 58% Have Sex 0-5 Times/Month

  8. Harvard-Radcliffe Class of 1979 Survey Report: Marriage, Kids, Lifestyle

  9. Ever Married? • 6% of Men, 14% of Women, Never Married • 2% of Women Engaged • 1% of Men and Women Separated • 4% of Men and Women Divorced • 3% of Men and Women Living with Partner

  10. Times Married • 1 Time = 76% Women, 80% Men • 2 Times = 6% Women, 10% Men • 1 Woman, 4 or More Times

  11. Does Marriage Need Term Limits? 5% of those favoring term limits are divorced compared to only 4% of those not favoring term limits.

  12. Age at First Marriage

  13. Married to a Harvard Classmate

  14. Classmates for Life? • Divorce rate is 14% for classmates married to non-classmates • 4% for classmates married to classmates

  15. How Great is Marriage

  16. But the trend isn’t great…

  17. Time Spent With Partner • 65% Women, 53% Men, spend less time than would like • 34% Women, 43% Men, as much as they would like • 1% Women, 4% Men, more than they would like

  18. Cheating Scum“Have you ever been unfaithful…?”

  19. Out of Sight, Out of Mind • 58% of the “faithful” spend less time with partners than they would like, vs. 38% of faithful • 11% of unfaithful spend more time with partners than they would like, vs. 2% for faithful • But 38% of the “unfaithful” would still like to spend more time with spouse

  20. Sexual frequency…but with whom?

  21. A Portrait in Clean Living

  22. Got Kids?

  23. Want More Kids?

  24. Kids • 49% Public School, 46% Private, 4% Parochial, 1% at Home • 8% of us have kids in College, plus • Additional 4% have kids at Harvard • 18% Kids with ADD/ADHD/Autism

  25. How we spend our free time

  26. If I had more time to spend

  27. Fertility Have you or your partner undergone treatment to enhance fertility or the ability to bring pregnancy to term? How old were you when you had your first child? My children are:

  28. If we could do it all again…would we, could we? • Of those without kids, 25% would repeat that choice, 31% would have kids, 44% unsure • Of those with 1 kid, 57% would have more, 29% have earlier • Of those with 2 kids, 24% would have more

  29. Children are Life Changing…

  30. …but they don’t change themsleves For child care…. I’m at home and…

  31. Kids and relationships Kids affected relationship… After kids, we had sex…

  32. Priorities

  33. Satisfied with balance between career, family, friends, community and self?

  34. Looking back on H-R…

  35. How Happy is Happy? What has been the happiest period of your life? Now, I am:

  36. Stress

  37. Stress Over Time

  38. SOS • 72% of Women sought psych. counsel • 49% of Men sought psych. counsel

  39. Don’t worry, get happy • 18% of Women have been treated for depression with drugs, plus 20% currently (38% in total) • 9% of Men have been treated for depression with drugs, plus 8% currently (17% in total)

  40. Can Money Buy…

  41. Happiness & Marital Status

  42. Cosmetic Surgery…we know you’re out there • 1% of Women: breasts, face, liposuction, collagen • 3% of Women: nose • 4% of Women: botox • 5% of Women: eyes • 1% of Men: eyes, face, liposuction, botox

  43. The Future Looks…

  44. Harvard-Radcliffe Class of 1979 Survey Report: Career, Work, Spirituality

  45. Impact of H-R on Career • 2/3 of class credits H-R with radically changing the course of their careers • 9% opportunities I never dreamed of • 55% significant effect on my career • 33% incidental effect on my career • 3% no effect

  46. But are our work colleagues interesting? • Only 1 out of 5 found career colleagues the most stimulating peer group • 22% met most stimulating group in career • 58% met them at H-R • 3% met them at secondary school • 12% met them in grad school, other

  47. What are we doing: we work • We worked hard to get into H-R and we haven’t stopped working since • Paid work outside: men 87%/women 70% • Paid work at home: men 8%/women 14% • Unpaid work: men 5%/women 16%

  48. We work long hours • ¾ of our class works more than 40 hrs/wk • 15% work >60 hrs/wk • 31% work 51-60 hrs/wk • 26% work 41-50 hrs/wk • 12% work 35-40 hrs/wk • 16% work <34 hours/wk

  49. Long hours v. balance • Despite our long work hours, ¾ of us sees ourselves as living balanced lives • I’m serene with my balance: 19% • I’m content with my balance: 52% • I’m somewhat troubled: 24% • I’m quite concerned: 5%

  50. Long hours v. priorities • Despite all that work, we don’t see our careers as our priorities • #1 Priority for those with kids: family 83%/career 13%/personal 4% • #1 Priority for those with no kids: career 38%/personal 33%/family 29% • Note: average number of kids/family = 2.3