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dual careernoun [C]

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a situation in which both people in a marriage or relationship have a job: Employees are increasingly turning down overseas posts, citing family concerns, including dual careers and elder-care responsibilities.
a situation in which someone has two jobs: At only 18, he has dual careers as a singer and actor.
dual-career
adjective [before noun]
dual-career couple/family/marriage
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