For those unfamiliar with the term, to "marry up" means to partner up with someone from a higher socioeconomic class, usually to better one's place financially. Marrying up, which is an antiquated term, traditionally referred to women who were "husband hunters" who sought upward mobility through marriage. However, as more women are pursuing higher education and financial independence, it's men who are "marrying up" these days, according to a study published by Dr. ChagHwan Kim of the University of Kansas. The stereotype has been completely turned on its head based on recent facts and figures. Is this a sign of progress for women, or is it a step in the wrong direction?