Women with twin brothers make less money than women with twin sisters

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‘These findings support the hypothesis of in utero testosterone transfer between twins, which is likely affecting a small but growing subset of females worldwide,” a new study says.

Women with a twin brother face far-reaching economic and educational consequences, a new study shows.

In fact, women who have a male twin were less likely than women with a twin sister to graduate high school, finish college, get married or have kids, according to the research, published this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. They also had lower earnings by age 32.

These women were 15.2% less likely than women with a female twin to graduate from high school and 3.9% less likely to complete college, the study found.

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