Correlations

Marriage and Income Inequality


An analysis of U.S. Census data by economists at the University of Pennsylvania and European institutions shows the biggest factor in increasing income inequality is assortative mating: people usually marrying others with similar levels of education.

Glassman is a producer for Bloomberg TV.

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