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From: Chicago Tribune

Marriage at a 100-year low — and that’s a good thing

Chicago Tribune:

Brace yourselves for the latest evidence that Americans are fleeing the institution of marriage like Roger Sterling leaves wives.

A report release Monday from Demographic Intelligence, which tracks marriage and birth trends in the United States, said marriage rates are the lowest in a century — 6.74 marriages per 1,000 people — and are projected to decline over the next decade.

“Even though we have seen a modest recovery in the economy, the marriage rate continues to slowly decline,” Demographic Intelligence president Sam Sturgeon says in the report. “A variety of factors — including sluggish job opportunities for the less educated and declines in American religion — account for the American retreat from marriage.”

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