The recent controversy that was recently posted on Forbes.com between Michael Nor, the editor and his associate Elizabeth Corcoran about whether or not working women make lousy wives is the same controversy that working women versus stay at home mom’s have been fighting over for the past 30 years. People dramatically defend their positions based on their own personal point of view, regardless of the statistics that support theirs or their opponent’s side.Let’s take a look at the so called facts according to the article by Michael Nor:If you marry a working woman:o Working women are more likely to get divorced, and less likely to have childreno If they do have children, statistics show that they’re more likely to be unhappy about itBut, let’s also look at the facts:o They still carry the majority child rearing dutieso The average woman does 7-9 loads of laundry a week and are carrying the majority of the housework and still are working the same average of working dads at 7 hours and 50 minutes.o These numbers change when the couple has small kids.On the flip side:o Non working women aren’t as happy according to the pollso Don’t have as much in common with… Read full this story
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