posted on Dec, 8 2008 @ 12:01 AM
A careful reading of the links reveals the 'experts' are baffled as to why this is happening. But they do come close: "The density of corporate
headquarters is greatest in urban areas, which allows young women more opportunities to scale the corporate ladder. ..... These employers are more
conscious of affirmative action and diversity and are looking for talented women who can rapidly move up in the ranks."
And you can bet these corporations have been 'encouraged' by higher ups in some fashion to make it so. This is all part of a larger agenda to break
up the nuclear family. Partnerships in which the woman makes more than the man tend to be weaker, in my opinion.
Then there was this choice quote:
“In women’s-studies courses you always heard that men were making more money, and it was a disadvantage being a woman,” Ms. Kraft
said. “It’s great that it’s starting to turn around.”
Of course its just coincidence that the education system teaches the women that the important thing is to beat, beat, beat the men at their own
[edit on 8-12-2008 by starviego]