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What percentage of married women with kids and college degrees stay at home?

What percentage of married women with kids and college degrees stay at home? Topic: Homework for kids at home
June 24, 2019 / By Christabelle
Question: I recently read that 52 or 53% of women with GRADUATE degrees choose to stay at home with their kids. I want to know about all college graduates, and I want the statistics for married women only. Also, a breakdown of the stats by age would be wonderful! This is not for homework.... I personally was just wondering if anyone had the statistics or knew of a website that could break it down. No more stupid answers please! What is this guy talking about..... FYI, there are many women who's plans change! Like I said..... NO MORE STUPID ANSWERS! Thanks to the person who actually gave a stat (30%). Do you have the source?
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Aura Aura | 10 days ago
An independent woman that gets a degree to be in the working field, that's what she will do. The other ones are to make themselves more elegible for a potential partner and wont use it since the plan is to stay at home, the degree wasn't obtained with plans to use it in the working field.
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Aura Originally Answered: Why do women brag about their college degrees, which is fast losing it's value?
Women go to universities and get PhDs from Feminists lecturers, as long as they prove they have breasts and a vagina. Meanwhile, it is impossible to get a lecturer to supervise pro-male or anti-Feminist research. All research has to state or imply that women are good and men are bad.
Aura Originally Answered: Why do women brag about their college degrees, which is fast losing it's value?
My kids are almost all grown and I've gone back to finish my degree. It's a risk as since you've pointed out a four year degree isn't always a guarantee of more money and it's expensive. However, in the past I've been locked out of a couple of better paying jobs with advancement all because I didn't have that piece of paper! Also social security says the retirement age for my age group is 72. I guess because we are living longer and healthier and the govenment wants to make sure you pass on as soon as possible after you retire (truth!) If I have to work that much longer, I guess I want to make as much money as possible with the best potential to move up the ladder. I could be wasting my time but I made the decision to go for it.

Abbigale Abbigale
I can be a STAT - I have worked full time since my daughter was 18months old. She is now 9 yrs old.
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Standish Standish
there will never be any statictis on something like that. if a woman wants to go to school, pay all that money, then choose to stay at home then that is her choice. I don't have any children (by choice) work full time and go to school part time...by choice.
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Standish Originally Answered: Question(s) for ladies and married women both? For married women who consider their husbands "romantic."?
1)I believe that romance comes from someones feelings to please another.Not that they are predisposed to do so or that they were very loved through their childhood.I think its the man's desire to swoon and impress their wife or girlfriend. 2)Im not sure about the research you refered to so im not going to give an opinion on that. 3)Yes i will always love my husbands romantic side always, it insures me that he is my soulmate and he loves me enough to continue through it all. 4)He loves when I romance him, we will go for an upscale dinner and i pay, unexpected gifts just to say i love him, and candles soft music and ..........who wouldnt love that sort of thing. that is my ideas of romance i know others will have a different view. 5)I love that he apprieates my romantic side , that we give and get.It is very pleasing. 6)NO regrets 7)NO manly, and i suppose you mean manly like not so romantic.My husband is 250lb of muscle, is a "bodyguard" in the navy and a police officer.Every one thinks he always looks mad but he is such a gentle giant.HEHE 8)Not at all, my husband is a major spoiler.He shows alot of his love through gifts (car, 3.5 diamond engagment ring, 50in flat) and affection to the point where i could loose my breath if i dont remind him that i need air. lol 9)NONONONO hope this helped never stop you romancing feelings when a woman can apprietae what she has its true love

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