Why Almost Half Of the Population Will Be Single & Childless By 2030
Is that a bad thing?
A 2019 report by Morgan Stanley suggests the following mind-blowing numbers.
45% of working women between the ages of 25 and 44 will be single & childless by 2030 in the US.
Notice that I said working women because this is the crucial detail. The numbers exclude women from ages 25 to 44 that do not work, in other words, stay-at-home not-yet wives, unemployed women, as well as (I assume) students, and other groups like the chronically ill or disabled.
Nevertheless, 45% of the rest is still a heck of a lot.
With that realization, 3 immediate questions came to mind:
What about men?
What are the numbers right now?
Who’s to blame?
Let’s explore the answers.
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