A new study finds that single employees feel discriminated against.
For instance, they feel they're asked to do more than co-workers who have families. In fact, 62% of those who participated in the study said they feel they are treated differently than co-workers who have families.
Rebecca Jarvis and Jeff Glor spoke with LinkedIn's Nicole Williams and Johanna Shalhoub, a woman who says she's experienced anti-singles bias. Watch Here
The study was done by the University of Texas at Arlingtion.