Dating a more educated woman
81% of women interviewed in the study had a college degree.
"There is a major gap - they are literally missing men. In simple terms, this is about an oversupply of educated women," said author of the study Marcia Ihorn, a Professor of Anthropology at Yale.
The study examined 150 women in the US and Israel undergoing egg freezing at eight clinics.
More than 90 per cent said they were "preserving" their eggs because they were single or unmarried.
"As a feminist I think it’s great that women are doing so well but I think there has been a cost that has been paid," she added.
The generation of "missing men", is primarily due to the fact that fewer men are entering higher education, according to researchers at Yale University."Trying to keep up with her lifestyle can lead to resentment in the end," Boykin warns.While this is not OK during the first few dates, once you are in an established relationship, it is safe to consider.And even if you do land a first date with this guy, there may not be a second, for certain psychological reasons…”“According to a 2012 study by Reach Advisors, the median income of single women between the ages of 22 and 30 is now greater than the income of single men in that same age group in most cities throughout the country.”Behind closed doors, in the kinds of conversations my high-earning female friends would never let me share publicly, some of them tell me how challenging it is to find a partner because of their income. 95% of the responses were politically correct answers that made you nod your head. No financial responsibilities, no work, no problem--but these situations come with costs.