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== University/College ==
 
== University/College ==

Latest revision as of 13:40, 19 September 2021

Marriage

Marriage is still based on love, but it also is fundamentally an economic transaction. Many young men today have little to bring to the marriage bargain, especially as young women's educational levels on average now exceed their male suitors.[1]

This is only true if education is counted merely as years of formal schooling. This discounts the vastly different value (and earning potential) or engineering over gender studies and also discounts all forms of informal education. It even seems to exclude non-tertiary training such as apprenticeships.

School

University/College

While it is true that women now constitute a significant majority of University students, all degrees are not equal. Men continue to dominate in degrees in STEM disciplines, which are the principal drivers of innovation in the modern economies.

  • University
    • Due process
    • Falling enrollments

Literacy & Numeracy

Father's Involvement

External Links

References

  1. inc.com/chris-matyszczyk/fewer-people-are-getting-married-reason-why-is-stunning-according-to-science.html