Twitter Reacts To Study Blaming Millennials For Divorce Rates Plummeting

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    Text - G. Elliott Morris Follow @gelliottmorris Millennials are ruining divorce Divorce's Decade of Decline Proportion of U.S. married women who divorced each year, 2008 to 2016. 0.022 0.020 0.018 0.016 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Bloomberg Source: Philip Cohen analysis of American Community Survey data
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    Text - Alex Seitz-Wald Follow @aseitzwald Typical millennials, ruining another sacred institution with their avocado toasts and commitment to stable relationships Source Cofe Wedded Bliss Millennials Are Causing the U.S. Divorce Rate to Plummet They're waiting until all is secure before tying the knot.
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    Text - t 18 46 Christopher Mims @mims 8h good news: Millennials are much less likely to get divorced bad news: Because marriage is becoming less common and the privilege of the well-off, who were always less likely to divorce anyway
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    Text - t 3 Tom Schaad WAVYFOX @TOMWAVYTV 5h "Fewer divorces, therefore, aren't only bad news for matrimonial lawyers but a sign of America's widening chasm of inequality." And here I thought a lower divorce rate was a good thing for all of us. via @business
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    Text - Zameena Mejia @ZamTheWriter 6h t2 16 "Marriage is more and more an achievement of status, rather than something that people do regardless of how they're doing," @familyunequal tells @business. (H/T @tvkathy63 & @emmiemartin)
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    Text - Koomchi Follow @koomchi Replying to @tictoc They can't afford to get divorced
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    Text - t9 Haley Correll @HaleyCorrell 8h 24 "New data shows .. Generation X and especially millennials are being pickier about who they marry, tying the knot at older ages when education, careers and finances are on track."
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    Text - Lauren Amey @LaurenAmey2 Follow Replying to @aseitzwald toast is the real problem That here.
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    Text - Emma Carew Grovum Follow @emmacarew Replying to @mims here I just thought we couldn't afford to live alone...


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