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Sun, Apr. 22 2012 05:38 PM EDT

Study: Young Women Value Financial Success, Marriage More Than in 1990s

By Napp Nazworth
Young women are more likely than young men to value a financially successful career, which represents a reversal from the 1990s, a new study found. They are also more likely to highly value having a successful marriage, while young men less so, than in the 1990s. But both young men and women are more likely to highly value being a successful parent than in the '90s. (A link to this page will be included in your message. )

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