Women spoke about the impact of the modest income of men in relationships
In the network of heated discussion sparked a study according to which women-Millennials are concerned, shame and guilt for what they earn more than their partner. Twitter users research results surprised her a puzzled microblogger shared in the discussion of the article on the website of the author of the survey, Ashley Ford, and CNBC, which printed its results.
According to the study, in 2015, 38 percent of American women earned more than their husbands. At the same time, according to the University of Chicago, for families where the wife’s annual earnings for five thousand dollars more than her husband, the risk of divorce.
Author Ashley C. Ford said that its study, dated 2015, once again became relevant and started to be quoted by the media. It offered its podeschi update the results of the survey and to speak up in the comments to the post.
The result among the subscribers there arose a fierce dispute about the impact of wealth on relationships. Some expressed the view that the partner initially, you need to choose the level of income.
“I make 14 dollars an hour. And I’m not going to pursue relationships with the CEO. I’m not in this category. A woman can still make more, but I’m trying to target someone in my League. Everyone wants to feel equal”, — says M_fletcher.