PHILLIPINE DAILY INQUIRER - July 6 - A 2018 Tinder survey shows that "Women were more likely than men to say that they want to enjoy being single while they are still young." Contemporary researches actually found women are happier than men being single. Speaking at the Hay festival last May, Paul Dolan, a professor of behavioural science at the LSE and a best-selling author who does research on the measurement of happiness, said "The healthiest and happiest population subgroup are women who never married or had children." Meanwhile, it's the men who are more likely to benefit from marriage. He explained, "They take less risks, earn more money at work, and live a little longer."
by B. Del Rio
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