By Christian Gollayan. February 21, pm Updated February 21, pm. A new survey found that most women enter the elusive 1 percent through marrying a rich spouse. Researchers at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte took a look at the to Survey of Consumer Finances reports to examine gender income patterns. And they also found that only 5 percent of women in those crazy rich families made enough money to qualify for the 1 percent.
Hollywood has made sexy American women desired literally in any spot of the world. But it is peculiar that the image of a perfect American bride every man has in his head is different. The explanation is fairly simple: all ladies in the US are unique. The USA is a multicultural country. The background of each family is never the same.
Number one was "kind and understanding," followed by "exciting personality" and then "intelligent. People, though, are liars. Status however you want to measure it: income, formal education, et cetera is often not far behind. In real-life dating studies, which get closer to genuine intentions, physical attractiveness and earning potential strongly predict romantic attraction. While people tend to prefer people similar to themselves in terms of traits like religiousness or thriftiness, when it comes to beauty and income, more is almost always seen as better.
Economists have long argued that marriage rates are lower in poorer and less well-educated areas because men in those communities aren't good financial bets. Without steady incomes, they can't reliably contribute to a household, so while women might have children with them, they won't commit to men for life. That's been the assumption, anyway. Fracking booms gave two researchers in the Economics Department at the University of Maryland, College Park, a perfect chance to test the hypothesis.