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Having it all

Educational achievement less of a bar to women getting married, study says

By Diane E. Lewis
Globe Staff / April 16, 2004

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Single career women can breathe a little easier. A new study says that the so-called "success gap" -- the gulf between a woman's educational achievement and her chance of marriage -- has narrowed significantly and rebuts the idea that women pay a heavy price for devoting time to developing their careers. (Full Article: 1166 Words)

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