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When the internship was completed in August, Emily Weber returned to Ann Arbor to finish her master's degree at the University of Michigan. Unfortunately, her husband wasn't there.

He left Michigan earlier that month to take a post doctoate position at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, miles away — an 11 hour 22 minute drive or four hours door to door if he flew. The Weber's long-distance marriage lasted for 14 months until Matthew Weber got a job mafried Rutgers as an assistant professor in the School of Communication and Information and his wife got a job Professional married man in town alone Pfizer Pharmaceuticals in Morristown.

According to the U. Census Bureau, the Weber's situation is not that unusual. The number of couples who live apart has more than doubled since — up to an estimated 3.

Although the census does not track how many of these commuter marriages are job-related, Danielle Lindemann, research director at the Center for Women and Work at Rutgers, says Professional married man in town alone who may have moved in the past because of their husbands jobs are more likely today to be invested in Beautiful couples ready seduction AL own careers.

This is one reason that these long distance magried have become more commonplace. In academia, Lindemann, an assistant research professor in the School of Management and Labor Relations, says it is not usual to have spouses living apart because higher education tenure-track positions are so highly coveted.

Now living under the same roof with her husband, Lindemann is researching spouses who live apart because of their jobs to shed light on broader trends related to work, family and gender roles. The 97 people she has interviewed have ranged in age from their 20s Professional married man in town alone 60s.

They are college-educated professionals working in technology, medicine, yown, foreign service and higher education.

While some don't see each other for months, the typical arrangement mirrors the Weber's situation where couples find ways to get together on weekends. Like the Webers, Lindemann says these couples feel as if they don't have a choice if they want to kick-start their careers or make it up the next rung of the professional ladder.

Matthew Weber says he thinks the only positive personal outcome in living apart is that it makes you value the Professionap you have together.

Still, Lindemann says her research indicates that the perks, disadvantages and final outcome of living apart doesn't appear to be the same for men and women.

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According to her research, Foley sexy bbws seemed happier than men who said that they felt lonely being separated from their wives.

Women who did not have children often referred to the separation as a respite or a vacation.

Those with children, however, felt that they had to undertake more than their husbands because the children almost always lived with them and fathers were not around to share the responsibilities of parenting, Lindemann said. Men also differed from women when Professional married man in town alone came to household chores.

While the women spent free time cleaning, the men were more likely to hire someone to do it for them.

Although saying never can be dangerous, Matthew Weber says he and his wife — who are expecting their first child in April — would never takes jobs that would force them to live apart again. Married couples living apart because of their careers Robin Lally Rutgers Today. Danielle Lindemann.