What Are You Waiting For?

McArdle, Megan
May 2013
Newsweek Global;5/29/2013, Vol. 161 Issue 20, p1
The article discusses research on the average marriage age in the U.S. for men and women as of 2013, with the author's comments on the trend for people to marry later. Topics include the role that higher education plays in a woman's plans for marriage and family, marriage statistics for college graduates, and the age at which most women have their first child and the effect this has on family structure.


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