Single, Not Sorry

The trend in marital status, called the biggest demographic shift since the Baby Boom, is not a temporary change in contemporary societies, but a permanent one.

By Sofia Slimani Published on 14 May 2019 Related colors NellyRodi
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In 2018, more than 50% of young Americans claimed to be single, a percentage that has increased sharply since 2004, when it stood at 33%. In the United States, 45% of adults are unmarried. In the United Kingdom, one-third of all households are composed of one person. In France, 18 million people are single. In China, single.

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