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marriage

The legal joining of two adults.
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Since 1965, the crude marriage rate in the EU-28 has declined by close to 50% in relative terms (from 7.8 per 1,000 in 1965 to 4.3 in 2015).
Federal Land president Pascual Garcia III said the downtrend in marriage rates in the Philippines had little effect on the buying and mortgage financing markets.
(58) Gender differences can create wealth accumulation as well, as research shows "that men tend to be more confident with investing" and taking risks, whereas "[w]omen tend to be more conservative." (59) The natural diversity in opposite-sex marriages "is a critical component of wealth accumulation." (60) Because marriage generates wealth (and because marriage rates are decreasing with privacy jurisprudence) women will experience more inequality of wealth in the wake of Obergefell.
The author goes on to note a correlation between these living arrangements and both the rise in student debt and the decline in marriage rates. Headship rates are similarly effected by marriage rates, and CPS data shows that the shares of young adults living with spouses has declined since 1994.
Though women with a high school diploma or less have seen the sharpest drop in marriage rates, the decline has been almost as severe-- and ongoing--for women just one short rung down the education ladder, regardless of race.
MARRIAGE rates in the North East are falling as couples opt not to get hitched due to financial worries.
In a survey conducted by the Fund earlier, around 87 per cent of respondents explained that expensive dowry was the reason behind low marriage rates among Emirati women.
She finds links among the decline of Christian practice and church attendance, decreased fertility and marriage rates, increased access to education and economic opportunity for women, and women's sexual autonomy and the sexual revolution.
As much as war's onset spiked marriage rates, the GIs' return did even more.
They establish that when a woman's potential or real income is more than a man's, it can reduce marriage rates, women's labor force participation after marriage, wives' future income, and marriage satisfaction.
In any event, though marriage rates are declining overall, marriage is doing very well among the college-educated.