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Read moreThe magazine said that men and women were more likely to be interested in one another if they were both married to women of similar status and education.
However, it added that a man’s preference for women of a similar background would not be a problem if he were to choose a woman with a similar work background.
“This is a more common scenario for men, but we are finding that it’s not as common for women,” it said.
“However, women who have a similar job, education and lifestyle will still find it easier to connect with a man of similar work and lifestyle.”‘
Women are more likely than men to be more interested in men of similar social class’The magazine also said that women were “more likely to express interest in men” if they are of the same social class.
“We have seen women more likely in the past to express their interest in a man in a similar position to their own,” it added.
“A woman who is employed in a lower-status position may not be able to find a man who has the same skill set as her, and they may be more willing to connect.”
Women are also more likely on average to find the men they choose attractive.
“Men may also find that their partner will be more likely and willing to share in their interests.”
The magazine added that men were more willing than women to be with someone who has similar work interests.
“For instance, men are more willing when it comes to meeting and making plans with a woman who has worked in the same field or industry they do,” it stated.
“It is important that men are willing to support their partners in these types of relationships and do not put themselves in a position where they will be in a disadvantageous position when it’s time to marry.”Read more The magazine’s findings follow a similar one published last year by a UK survey.
The survey found that women are more attracted to a man with a higher degree of education than men of lower socio-economic status.
The survey found only 19% of men aged between 20 and 34 have a university degree and 25% have a master’s degree.
The majority of women surveyed, 78%, also had a higher level of education.
The gender divide in love is the focus of the survey, which also revealed that there are more than one reason why women prefer men with higher levels of education, such as being able to work from home, being physically fit, being older and being a better-looking man.
“What makes women most attracted to men who have higher levels on these attributes is that they are perceived to be ‘more confident’, ‘more outgoing’, ‘better at expressing their emotions’ and ‘have the skills needed for the workplace’,” the magazine said.