Last year Pew found that 69 percent of unmarried µillennials say they would like to marry some day.
But they also found that many of them, especially those with lower levels of income and education, “lack what they deem to be a necessary prerequisite—a solid economic foundation.” Which proves finding your soulmate is less about where you are than what you’ve learned.
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Last fall, Pew tabulated the cities with the highest single, employed young men to women ratios, and vice versa, naming it the “best and worst cities for women looking to marry.” For women, No.
1 was Clarksville, Tennessee, where there are 145 employed men for every 100 women. But it’s not that simple: Clarksville is adjacent to Fort Campbell, home to the 101st Airborne Division, which pushes its employed male-to-female ratio into the stratosphere.
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In 1960, this gap had been just four percentage points (76% vs. And about 30 percent of white millennials are married today compared with about 15 percent of blacks.
Most millennials say they want to get married eventually.
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Thirty-three percent of 18-34 year old women are married, compared with just 27 percent of men In 2013, 44 percent of young adults with at least a bachelor’s degree are married, compared with just 26 percent who have less.