Rich single women

Please forward this error screen to sharedip-2322920571. A new survey has revealed that 64 per cent of women would rich single women to marry a man who earns more than them and stay at home with the children if they could afford it. Most women still prefer to marry a man who earns more money than they do and would stay at home with their children if they could afford it, according to a survey published yesterday.

Despite years of equality campaigning and advances for women in the workplace, 64 per cent said they aspire to find a husband who brings home a larger pay packet than they do. None wanted to marry a man who earned less. And 69 per cent said they would prefer to stay at home to look after their children if money were not an issue. Only 19 per cent wanted their other half to be better educated than they are. Instead 62 per cent said they wanted a man to have the same level of intellect.

Thirty-one per cent thought they were better educated than their other halves, while 19 per cent thought their husbands were better educated. In her report, published by the Centre for Policy Studies think-tank, she said men dominate the top positions because women do not want careers in business. She also criticised David Cameron for backing the idea of quotas to ensure that leading companies appointed more women to their boards. The research, which drew on existing data from Britain and Spain, showed that 20 per cent of British women married husbands with a significantly better education than their own in 1949.

2million happiness study a waste of money? It comes after a series of measures announced by the Coalition intended to decrease the pay difference between women and men. Only 16 per cent earned more than their husbands while 18 per cent earned the same. Four per cent said they didn’t know what their husbands earned. Fifty-nine per cent said they felt pressurised by society to go out to work.

Research evidence consistently shows that most husbands are the main bread winners in their family and that most mothers would prefer not to have competing demands of family work and paid jobs. Hakim suggests, between work and raising their children. Shared secrets: Paul Burrell and Diana in 1994. Parisa Siddiqi, 29, is seen with her ex-husband Kevin Crane and their two young sons in a photo posted in December 2017. How’s this for an Extraordinary Home? Jim Carrey painted a portrait of White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

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