Marrying similarly-educated spouses increases income inequality. US Census data from 1960-2005 reveal people increasingly mate assortatively on education. As women increase participation in the labor force, highly-educated spouses both earn high incomes.
RT : Marrying similarly-educated spouses increases income inequality. US Census data reveal people increasingly mate assortatively on education. As women increase participation in the labor force, highly-educated spouses both earn high incomes