Dating a more educated man

dating a more educated man

Are there enough educated men to go around?

How great to have so many clever, educated young women spilling out every year, but there could be negative consequences, as a new book, Date-onomics, points out: there may not be enough educated men to go around.

Do educated successful women prefer to marry rich men?

For one thing, educated successful women prefer to marry educated, successful men. They don’t tend to marry ‘down,’ as we say, because women are typically attracted to men who are either more educated than they are or who make more money than they do.

Do men and women really prefer the same education?

“Both men and women prefer someone who is of similar education,” says Professor Michele Belot, professor of economics and director of the Behaviour Laboratory at the University of Edinburgh.

Can a woman be more educated than her husband?

A study by the Pew Research Center think tank last year found that for the first time in the US there were more couples in which the woman was more educated than her husband than the opposite. They found from the 2012 census data, 21% of women were married to men with a lower level of education than them – a threefold increase since 1960.

Are there enough educated men in the world to go round?

More women than men are graduating in many countries – but according to Date-onomics, a new book on hook-up culture, there’s a downside: there may not be enough educated men to go round. Is it time to widen the search? T here were, says Cat, perhaps one or two male students on her English degree.

Do men and women really prefer the same education?

“Both men and women prefer someone who is of similar education,” says Professor Michele Belot, professor of economics and director of the Behaviour Laboratory at the University of Edinburgh.

Can a woman be more educated than her husband?

A study by the Pew Research Center think tank last year found that for the first time in the US there were more couples in which the woman was more educated than her husband than the opposite. They found from the 2012 census data, 21% of women were married to men with a lower level of education than them – a threefold increase since 1960.

Is there a gender gap in college education in America?

Across young people, age 30 and under, [there are] about four college grad women for every three college grad men. In many cases, this gender gap is even bigger in rural states than in urban ones. It’s not just the US, it’s most western countries, whether it’s Italy, the UK, Australia.”

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