Just under two thirds of high earners suffer from relationship problems, research finds

News Team, 24/01/2020

Research commissioned by law firm Howard Kennedy has found that 69 percent of high earners have suffered significant relationship difficulties in their current or similar role.

This contrasts with the general population, of which just 20 percent has suffered from similar relationship issues as a result of work.

The survey, which was designed alongside relationship educators Soulmates Academy and think tanks Marriage Foundation and Relationships Foundation, profiled just under 500 high earners, 65 percent of whom held a senior management position or owned a company.

For these high-earners, there is a direct cor...

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