More specifically, women’s careers. Which are different from men’s careers. Feminism has sold women the idea that they must have careers. Nots so much jobs, but careers. The difference seemingly being that careers are “white collar” and prestigious; and not everybody can have them as there typically is an educational barrier to entry. Women like formal education (though useful learning might be a different matter) and they like to fill white collar positions; so what is not for them to like?
Actually a good bit. Perhaps their career positions are too challenging, or perhaps they are the dreaded boring. Or perhaps they are “make work” positions. Any way that you want to you look at it, they are usually not glamorous and/or fun like they were implicitly promised. And complain they do.
Men understand this these issues. The expectations for careers and men are such that if a career is sometimes gratifying, then it exceeds what they expected. Notice the difference.
And finally, there is the fulfilling issue. But what precisely is fulfilling? “Making a difference” and what not? How fulfilling is a a typical woman’s career? Perhaps women were sold a bill of goods with respect to expectations.
Maybe the biggest impact of women’s careers is that they now have their own money, giving them independence from individual men. And in the end, has this combination of money, independence, and career fulfillment brought them happiness?