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According to a recent Pew report, two-thirds of 18- to 34-year-old women say being successful in a high-paying career is "one of the most important things" or "very important" in their lives. Only 59% of their male counterparts had similar sentiments.

While young women envision a well-paid future, they don't want to cut back on other non-professional goals, according to the Pew research.The young women surveyed put a large premium on marriage and parenting as well.
New report finds that young women say motherhood and marriage are important, too.
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No wonder society is so fucked-up...add to this the myth of women's multitasking abilities and u have it all : modern fairytale
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