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Educated women are risk to Hungary's future says government study

As per the study, highly educated women tend to be more picky than men about the educational status of their spouses

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Having too many college-educated women threatens Hungary’s economy and demographics by skewing education and making it more difficult for them to marry and eventually have children, according to a state study. 

As per the study, highly educated women tend to be more picky than men about the educational status of their spouses. Like many European nations, Hungary suffers from a low birth rate, which Orban’s nationalist party says threatens the country’s future.

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First Published: Aug 26 2022 | 12:42 AM IST

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