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  • Women still want men to be the breadwinners
  • Women still want men to be the breadwinners
    Marjan Lazarevski (2012) ©
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Women still want men to be the breadwinners

Women account for 52% of all workers in management, professional and related occupations in the US. But a study has found that women prefer their husbands to be the primary breadwinner, and men are happy with that. Are people harking back to traditional gender roles?

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