By Valeria Nekhim, StyleCaster
Wedding CoupleIt looks as though hackneyed stereotypes about women and their innate desire to marry are about to become pretty smashed: According to the third "Professional Women Report" released yesterday by Citi and LinkedIn, the number of women who don't equate marriage (or relationships at all) with their definition of success has nearly doubled since last year, going from five percent to nine percent.
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But here's the real kicker: out of the 1,000-plus male and female professionals surveyed, 79 percent of men answered that "having it all" includes being in a "a strong, loving marriage," compared to 66 percent of women. In fact, for a quarter of the women polled, a "strong loving relationship" is enough to constitute "having it all" with marriage being optional.
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