Does husband or wife make the money decisions in your home?
In Canada, at least over the past 30 years, women are becoming more and more educated than men.
Today, 34 per cent of women aged 25-34 hold a university degree, compared to just 26 per cent of men. That rate for women is up significantly from the 1980s.
While a higher level of education for women may not do much to close the gender wage gap, it does plenty to the dynamic of Canadian inter-home economics.
Because, after all, who's best-suited to manage the money in your home: the man, or the woman?