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In many circles of the Jewish community, this is the cry. In demographic studies, we are told over and over that Jewish women are marrying later, if at all, and having fewer and fewer children. The shrinking numbers of the non-ultra Orthodox Jewish community is put on the shoulders of these single ladies. The article, by Rebecca Traister, focuses primarily on the economic advantages for women who remain unmarried. Whereas men who marry and have children tend to advance faster and earn more in their careers than their single counterparts, the inverse is true for women.
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