According to the poll, 64 per cent said they aspire to find a husband bringing home more money. Dr Hakim claimed more women were choosing to ‘marry up’ by picking wealthy men for their spouse than in the 1940s.
After decades of gender equality campaigning many women now find it hard to admit that they want to be a housewife more than they want a successful career of their own, she said.
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