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Carney chalked the phenomenon up to today's "knowledge economy. Kindergarten teachers, we imagine, are unlikely to appreciate the implicit connection the hedge funder makes between their profession and an inferior degree of professional success.

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Carney speculates why this might be the case, in terms only a Wall Streeter could employ. It gets pretty technical. In the "knowledge economy," Carney says, intelligent people, unlike less intelligent people, hava a "call option" on their relationships in that they can end them to focus on their careers.

In a rational dating world, he continues, smart men discount smart women because of their call options. But smart women don't appear to be discounting smart men in the same way.

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Uri Friedman is a contributing writer at The Atlantic.