Researchers call the tendency people have of marrying those with similar jobs and degrees “assortative mating.” A paper last year from the National Bureau of Economic Research looked at Census data from 1960 to 2005 and found that the degree of assortative mating based on education has increased—as more women graduate from college, more and more college graduates are marrying each other.
(Before this period, marriage was still an economic decision, but focused more on companionship and sharing resources between families.) It’s no coincidence that during the late 20th century, income inequality among married couples also increased.
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Assortative mating isn’t unethical, but when it happens at an increasing rate, that does mean that the possibility of social mobility through marriage gets smaller.
There are, of course, plenty of problems with letting users rely on their gut instincts.
For one thing, they have a troublesome preference for some skin tones over others.
Plus, whether they know it or not, users are probably scrutinizing others' pictures for signals of socioeconomic status anyway.
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In 2011 she appeared in the TV series Anderson Live.