By Alice Klein
Over the past few decades, more and more women have started to out-earn men. In the US, for example, the proportion of wives who earn more than their husbands has climbed from 12 to 28 per cent since 1980. Now a study of data from the US suggests that married heterosexual men feel most comfortable when they earn 50 per cent more than their wives.
Joanna Syrda at the University of Bath in the UK analysed data from a US survey of …
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