I will be honest this article is a few months old, but I could not find any similar threads on WSO and the article is pretty fascinating. According to CNBC https://www.cnbc.com/2019/02/21/a-womans-best-rou… a "woman's best route to the top 1% is marrying rich." The article then cites some research to back this point up. What do you all think about the validity of this research? Do you think the claim is really true (even in 2019) ?
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