Monday, October 4, 2010
From the Wall Street Journal:
Marriage rates among young adults have been dropping for decades. But data released Tuesday by the Census Bureau show that for the first time the proportion of people between the ages of 25 and 34 who have never been married exceeded those who were married in 2009—46.3% versus 44.9%, according to an analysis by Mark Mather, a demographer at the Population Reference Bureau, a non-profit research organization in Washington.
According to the article, “High divorce rates, rising co-habitation and a tendency to delay marriage are main factors,” read it here.