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From: The Chicago Tribune

Spouse personality may affect career success

The Chicago Tribune:

The personalities of husbands and wives may affect their spouses’ success at work, suggests a new study. Husbands and wives who were conscientious and helped create satisfying home lives for their spouses were linked to future job satisfaction, promotion and income, researchers found. 

“The person that you marry and spend a lot of time with . . . can influence you in a different domain,” Joshua Jackson told Reuters Health in a phone call. Jackson, a researcher at Washington University in St. Louis, co-authored the paper with Brittany Solomon, a graduate student at Washington University.


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