The Dartmouth - Haynes: Secrets of the Ivy League
Increasingly, the best educated marry the best educated in a phenomenon known as “assortative mating.” While this phenomenon is undoubtedly positive — most notably, as economist Gary Burtless points out, as evidence of increasing labor market opportunities for women over time — the implicit rationale behind it might not be.
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