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Delaying marriage has created a new phase of adulthood and new kinds of households for young people.

Dec 10 2021

Delaying marriage has created a new phase of adulthood and new kinds of households for young people. YPulse’s Extended Singledom trend research tracked the growing number of Millennials who are choosing to live alone and delaying finding a romantic partner, and the “movement” is still happening according to new research from the U.S. Census Bureau. They report that one-person households in the U.S. this year accounted for 28% of all households across the country and 15% of the overall population (the number of Americans living alone has jumped by 4 million in the past decade). The number of Americans living with a spouse has declined from 52% to 50% in the past decade, while those over 18-years-old living with an unmarried partner has increased from 4% in 2001 to 8% today. Meanwhile, 11.2% of adults over 18-years-old still live with their parents (up from 10% in 2001 and 10.6% in 2011). (The Hill)