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1-in-3: A Record Share of Young Adults Will Never Marry

In 1967, about 85% of 25-year-old women had ever married, along with 75% of 25-year-old men. This was the height of the Baby Boom years.  Unfortunately, these marriages also ended up having the highest divorce rates observed in American history. But those rates were also unusual: in 1920, just 70% of 25-year-old women and 50% of 25-year-old men had ever been married. There’s no reason to suppose young-adult marriage rates ever could have, or even should have, remained at Baby Boom-era levels. Read More

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