Quiz: Urban Myths on Your Career


True or false? Married people deserve higher pay.

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According to the U.S. Census Bureau, married men and women make between $40,489 and $55,958, while single people make as much as $20,000 less per year. Experts believe the disparity originated in a time when men were the sole or key breadwinners.

Next: False.

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