A disturbing study finds that men who hold "old-fashioned" views on women's roles actually make more money.
According to the BBC, scientists asked men and women "whether they believed a woman's place was in the home, or whether the employment of women was likely to lead to higher rates of juvenile delinquency." Women who answered "no" to these kinds of questions — who were what the BBC calls "modern-thinking" — earned slightly more than women who said yes. More surprising: men who answered yes earned significantly more — an average of $8,500 a year. So maybe these folks were just gunning for a raise?