Age of newlyweds is older as people stay single longer, Census Bureau reports

April 1996
Jet;4/1/96, Vol. 89 Issue 20, p39
Reports on Census Bureau statistics which reveal that the age of newlyweds is older. 1994 mean age for brides and for grooms; Comparison with the 1890 figures; Number of people who were currently divorced from 1970 to 1994; Other key findings and data from the Bureau.


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