Traditional View of Women Pays Off

February 2009
Journal of Financial Planning;Feb2009, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p12
Academic Journal
The article discusses research which found that men who believe women should not work outside of the home make more money than men who believe it is okay for a woman to have a career. This research was compiled by the U.S. Department of Labor's National Longitudinal Survey of Youth. Speculation that has been raised regarding the correlation between men's income and their beliefs on women in the workplace is mentioned.


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