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OUR GIRL TEENA IS OPPOSED TO WORK AFTER MARRIAGE

question 20: Do you think that you would like to work after you are married?

[[two column table]]
[[answer]] | %
Yes | 15
No | 66
Do not know | 19
[[total]] | 100
[[/table]]

footnote:
The percentage of teen-agers who would not like to work after marriage is higher among older girls than among younger girls.

[[image - drawing of groom and bride with bride striking out a Women at Work sign]]

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[[image - drawing of four different main dishes]]

MOTHER'S HELPER, TEENA FREQUENTLY LENDS A HAND IN THE MENU-PLANNING

question 

11a: Do you help plan the meals at home?

11b: How often - always, most of the time, or sometimes?

[[answer]] | %
Always help | 4
Help most of the time | 9
Help sometimes | 34
Never help | 53
[[total]] | 100
[[/table]]

[[image - drawing of a teenager preparing a menu]] 

footnote: 
These figures show little difference among age or city-size groups, except perhaps that proportionately fewer in the 13- through 16-year-old groups, and in the largest cities, do menu-planning.

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