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Certainly, though women have more economic agency than they ever have before, their salaries continue to lag behind male earnings, statistics show.A few years ago, I went out with a woman three times in a couple of weeks. The third date was brunch the morning after the second date. She said she was busy at work and asked if I could find out if there were tickets available. I called the theater and learned there were only six left. No big deal, I bought a pair of tickets and figured she’d pick up dinner before we went out.As a result, there’s no reason why a couple on a first date shouldn’t pay the bill between them, and more of them are doing so than ever before.“On the other hand, it is interesting that despite people saying couples should split the bill, the majority of men pay on a first date. It helps to see the man’s credit card as a bit like a peacock’s tail!New technologies are reinventing the way people pay when eating out.With Qkr with Masterpass, consumers can add items to their order, split tabs, add a tip and pay the bill from their smartphone.

A woman was the Democratic presidential nominee, women have cracked — if not quite broken — the glass ceiling, and female college graduates outnumber their male peers.

Dr Becky Spelman, Psychologist, Private Therapy Clinic commented on the findings: “Bill-splitting behaviour is broadly tracking social change.

Whereas in the past, women often didn’t work or earned significantly less than men, today more women are paid fairly for what they do.

“If the relationship develops, there will be plenty of time to discuss who pays for what – on the first night out, it’s probably safer to share the bill.” Ends Notes to editors Research was undertaken by Ipsos MORI on behalf of Mastercard.

It surveyed a nationally representative quota sample of 2,155 British adults aged 16-75 using its online Omnibus on their attitudes towards dating and paying the bill in August 2016./ Participants were asked about their personal experiences of going on a date at a restaurant.