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The Unhyphenated, Double Surname

According to Ashley Fetters of The Atlantic, “the desire to be searchable online” has brought a rise in popularity to the unhyphenated, double surname.

A photo of two light-up letters R and E, at a wedding reception
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Historically, it has been more common for a women to take the man’s last name after marriage than vise versa. A recent WO Poll and feature with an office manager with two legal last names discuss what some women in the industry have to say about the topic.

Read the full article from The Atlantic here. 

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