A recent study shows the number of women who make more than their husbands is on the rise. A panel talks about how this trend is affecting marriages, families, and workplaces.


  • Olivia Mellon Psychotherapist
  • Julie Brines Sociologist at the University of Washington in Seattle
  • Bonnie Barit Wife, mother, and primary wage-earner for her family
  • Kai Bird Husband and father who works at home

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