Some men are willing to put it all on the line for love. Women, however, have a few more requirements.
A new survey from Topdeck Travel that polled a sample of 4,515 adults (1,090 of them Millennials ages 18-34) revealed that 20% of men are more open to taking a gap year between graduating college and entering the work force if it means meeting their next significant other. Women, however, were less inclined to travel for love, with 31% saying they’d skip the standard career trajectory if they’d return a more independent person instead.
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