The study pertained to whether or not children of working and stay-at-home moms succeeded later in life. The study made a sweeping statement that sent half of the people who read it into a deep depression and made the other half feel euphoric and victorious.
The study was shared on Facebook by those who it made feel good about their choices. The ones it implicated passively aggressively commented under the post and questioned their friendship with the original poster.
Harvard Business School plans to release a study with the complete opposite findings later this year “just to mix things up,” said chief researcher Robert Killington.
No word on if Harvard is planning on researching climate change, inflation concerns, or anything useful.