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Turns out, she’s just not that into you.

According to a paper from the National Bureau of Economic Research, fewer women are relying on stable, high-earning male partners to have children.

Researchers from the University of Maryland discovered this trend when they examined the fracking boom, a “positive economic shock” which they said caused wage spikes for non-college educated men. In the past, these kinds of income increases have been associated with accompanying spikes in heterosexual marriage rates, as with the coal booms of the 1970s and ’80s. 

But that’s not the case in 2017.

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"Marriageable men" are no longer a hot economic commodity, new study says
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Click link below for article:

https://mic.com/articles/177418/marriageable-men-are-no-longer-a-hot-economic-commodity-new-study-says#.zLCqhmSmz

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