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A Sign of 'The End of Men'?

Or just a statistical quirk? This is not exactly news. We've known for some time that women in major cities outearn men. I consider this look at unmarried young women as somewhat significant. It reflects the reality that women are better educated. The long term implications, I suspect, are more personal than economic -- a shortage of 'marriageable mates'.

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