OverviewContents: K.E. Christensen, Foreword. Preface. S.M. Bianchi, L.M. Casper, R.B. King, Complex Connections: A Multidisciplinary Look at Work, Family, Health, and Well-Being. Part I:Time, Work, and Family. S.M. Bianchi, S.B. Raley, Time Allocation in Families. H.B. Presser, Embracing Complexity: Work Schedules and Family Life in a 24/7 Economy. A.C. Crouter, S.M. McHale, Work, Family, and Children's Time: Implications for Youth. B. Schneider, L. Waite, Timely and Timeless: Working Parents and Their Children. Part II:The "Work" in Work and Family. H.J. Holzer, Work and Family Life: The Perspective of Employers. E.E. Kossek, Workplace Policies and Practices to Support Work and Families. C.A. Thompson, J.K. Andreassi, D.J. Prottas, Work-Family Culture: Key to Reducing Workforce-Workplace Mismatch? L. Bailyn, Filling the Gap by Redesigning Work. A. Bookman, Can Employers Be Good Neighbors? Redesigning Workplace-Community Interface. S. Jekielek, Z. Redd, R. Wertheimer, K.A. Moore, Z. Redd, Government Policies as External Influences on Work-Family Trade-Offs. Part III:Disciplinary Perspectives in the Study of Work and Family. D.A. Major, J.N. Cleveland, Psychological Perspectives on the Work-Family Interface. A.A. Leibowitz, An Economic Perspective on Work, Family, and Well-Being. C.N. Darrah, Anthropology and the Workplace-Workforce Mismatch. J. Glass, Sociological Perspectives on Work and Family. J. Waldfogel, Work and Family Research: A Public Policy Perspective. Part IV:Parental Employment and Outcomes for Children. R. Repetti, A Psychological Perspective on the Health and Well-Being Consequences of Parental Employment. M. Zaslow, S. Jekielek, M. Gallagher, Work-Family Mismatch Through a Child Developmental Lens. J. Currie, When Do We Really Know What We Think We Know? Determining Causality. S. Korenman, R. Kaestner, Work-Family Mismatch and Child Health and Well-Being: A Review of the Economics Research. C.J. Ruhm, How Well Do Government and Employer Policies Support Working Parents? Part V:Gender and Employment, Caregiving and Health. J.K. Fletcher, Gender Perspectives on Work and Personal Life Research. P.J. Smock, M. Noonan, Gender, Work, and Family Well-Being in the United States. R.M. Stolzenberg, L.J. Waite, Effects of Marriage, Divorce, and Widowhood on Health. E.K. Pavalko, F. Gong, Work and Family Issues for Midlife Women. Part IV:Occupations, Workplace Settings, and Health of Families. A.E. Dembe, The Impact of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses on Families. B.C. Amick III, C. Mustard, Labor Markets and Health: A Social Epidemiological View. T.S. Kristensen, L. Smith-Hansen, N. Jansen, A Systematic Approach to the Assessment of the Psychological Work Environment and the Associations With Family-Work Conflict. Part VII:Low-Income Families and Work, Care, Health, and Well-Being. M. Perry-Jenkins, Work in the Working Class: Challenges Facing Families. J.R. Henly, S. Lambert, Nonstandard Work and Child-Care Needs for Low-Income Parents. L.M. Burton, L. Lein, A. Kolak, Health and Mothers' Employment in Low-Income Families. J. Heymann, S. Simmons, A. Earle, Global Transformations in Work and Family. Part VIII: Conclusion. L.M. Casper, S.M. Bianchi, R.B. King, Forging the Future in Work, Family, Health, and Well-Being Research.