Career and Marriage
Does healthy career equal a broken marriage? Do we all think this way? There are lots of arguments on this issue; everyone has a different a different idea. Women entered workforce when World War II began, while men took off to serve in the army. The world was really different for those women at that time period than their mothers or the women they used to be. It was also for women to work outside of the house and still be a perfect mom or a wife. They wanted to do both of the responsibility and still do their own job in the house. In the researches many scientist made it shows that successful women don’t have a successful marriage. They can’t balance the work outside and inside the house. Divorces have increased in especially in two career marriages. Even though researches show that career breaks the marriages, I cannot agree with the fact if wife and husband share all the responsibilities.
According to Elizabeth Corcoran, career women are “not a high-school dropout minding a cash register. For our purposes, a career woman has a university-level (or higher) education, works more than 35 hours a week outside the home and makes more than $30,000 a year.” (Web) It’s a positive thing to have a career man or woman in a marriage and that the essence of good marriage is adopting to change (Web) On the other hand many support the view that healthy career equal unhealthy marriage. It could be balanced and have a successful career with a happy marriage. If having a good career makes us a bad wife then what is a good husband does? If a marriage isn’t based on helping each other and supporting each other’s rights than there won’t be a happy marriage among us, it’s every women right to have a career that doesn’t make them a bad wife. According to Michael Noer, marrying a career woman is asking for trouble he says that: “Most studies and statistics show that men marrying career women have a higher risk of having a rocky marriage and lower overall...
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