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Bloomberg Businessweek

Women who stay single and don't have kids are getting richer

8 mins | Sep 7, 2022
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The group had an average of $65,000 in wealth in 2019. According to new research, forgoing marriage and parenthood has a bigger payoff for American women than men. Molly Smith examines how a growing number of women choose not to have kids and, as a result, are advancing in their careers and using their wealth to buy the property and travel more.
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