Study: Dads Who Do Dishes Have More Ambitious Daughters

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Study: Dads Who Do Dishes Have More Ambitious Daughters

According to a new study, the daughters of men who regularly wash the dishes are more likely to aim for prestigious professions in a wider range of fields than the daughters of parents who don’t share domestic chores equitably. What do you think?

  • “That would explain my daughter’s uncontrollable thirst for power.”

    Matt Thune Dishwasher
  • “Meanwhile, our nation’s sons still have no options at all.”

    Rebecca Ben-Victor Office Manager
  • “What’s the precise division of domestic duties my wife and I need to embrace to make sure my daughter becomes an actuary?”

    Henry Stifel Systems Analyst


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