09 Feb '11, 4am

Lifestyle - Women want rich husbands: MONEY may not be able to buy happiness, but some women are still not

Money may not be able to buy happiness, but some women are still not giving up their hopes of marrying rich. -- PHOTO: RAZORTV MONEY may not be able to buy happiness, but some women are still not giving up their hopes of marrying rich. Despite the feminist movement urging women to get out of the kitchen and into the boardroom, many still wish that a rich husband would save them from climbing up the corporate ladder. Young, educated women who spoke to RazorTV say that having a man with a large paycheck also means that she can spend more time to build the family - something that many women prioritise over a career. But the married women beg to differ. For the full story, watch the RazorTV video.

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