This conclusion presents some closing thoughts on the key concepts discussed in the preceding chapters of this book. The book examines how diverse families may be integrated into the workplace. It focuses on the importance of valuing the non-work lives of single and/or childfree (Sa/oCf) working adults. The book also argues that families with one or more LGBTQ working adults are functionally the same as families comprised entirely of straight people. It also proposes the positioning of family as an aspect of workplace diversity as a means of coping with traditionally gendered divisions of labor. The book explains that family of choice complies with the academic conceptualizations of family. It explores the male model of success renders balance a necessity for women far more so than men. The book also presents Casper, Weltman, and Kewsiga's explanation of a need-based system in which work opportunities are given based on need.