College educated women dating uneducated men
If they do decide to have kids, they are more likely to be unhappy about it. I am not suggesting that it’s best for women not to be college educated or have a career.
If a woman wants to get a college education, she should have that option. The point of this article is to highlight the fact that, according to statistical data from sites like Wikipedia, college-educated women are more likely to initiate divorce than non-educated women.
Statistics are hard to come by for other countries, but it’s safe to guess that the average rate would be somewhere between 60-80%.
70% sounds like a big number for American couples, but it actually gets worse for men who marry college educated women.
The men I know who are happily married to career women or highly-educated women are men who are rising through the levels of life and reaching for their true potential as a man.
To quote editor Michael Noer from Forbes.com, According to Mr.Here are some insights from a few studies: According to research at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, 81% of college graduates over the age of 26 who got married in the 1980’s, were still married 20 years later.For college graduates under the age of 26 who married in the 1980’s, 65% of them were still married 20 years later.However, when it came to couples who got married at the same time, but who were only high school graduates, only 49% were still married 20 years later.In 2009, 2.9% of adults aged 35–39 without a college degree divorced compared with 1.6% with a college education.⁷ Essentially what this means is that if you are a college-educated guy married to a college-educated gal your chances of staying married are actually higher. The statistics from various studies all seem to conflict, so what is the right answer?