Study - Sex Ratio and Women's Career Choice

Karen Fitz-Ritson believes women are becoming more career-focused simply because more opportunities are being opened up to them that did not exist in the past.

Gone are the days when women saw their primary function as staying home taking care of babies and playing maid to their men. More and more women are becoming the movers and shakers of society as they climb the ladders of academic and career success.

But one study, in its efforts to determine the reason for this phenomenon, is suggesting that women are seeking briefcases over babies simply because of the scarcity of men. And, the study said, there is one type of woman doing that: the less physically attractive woman.

Karen Fitz Ritson shares her own perspective on this issue. You can read her comments in this article, published on Monday May 7th, 2012 in the Jamaica Observer.

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