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Successful women freeze their ova because they cannot find smart men
Published on: 21/08/2017

''There are not enough graduates for them. In simple terms, this is an excessive supply of trained women''.

There are not only these women, who, especially in modern times, put maternity on the sidelines and choose their work completely, instead of creating a family. This, however, seems to be half the truth, as a recent trend wants women to "freeze" their ova because they cannot find men just as successful with them. The very same that they choose to do this, they pay up to £ 5,000 to keep their eggs fresh in the future, if anything is found.  Career women are characterized by a recent survey as remaining women, who come from a generation where men ... are missing out. The main problem of these women, according to American and Israeli researchers, is that they are unable to find equally smart, successful men, because fewer and fewer men are choosing to further their studies. Researchers examined 150 women who chose to visit UK fertility clinics to "freeze" their ova. Head of research, Marcia Inhorn, said about this practice that more and more women tend to choose:  "There are not enough graduates for them. In simple terms, this is an excessive supply of trained women "and adds" in China they call them "remaining women", it sounds cold and hard, but demographically speaking we are talking about "missing men" and women who are left".



Source: http://www.protothema.gr/zoi/article/695119/karier
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