Washington, March 11: A new study has revealed the key characteristics that can increase the probability of a couple getting married and living together.
According to the study, individuals consider multiple personal characteristics when seeking a long-term partner and under this scenario, what one finds lacking in a specific area could be overcome with strengths in another area.
According to the research, women with above average grooming are less likely to cohabit without subsequent marriage, while men with average personality has the strongest association with the likelihood of getting married and men of above average physical attractiveness have a greater chance of cohabitation without subsequent marriage.
The study was published in the journal Social Science Research. (ANI)