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Single People Make Less Money Than Partnered Ones.

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Pew Research Center found that single adults make less money than partnered ones. Single men earned an average of $21.400 less than a couple/married men, and single women earned an average of $8.000 less than another woman who has a partner.

An evaluation of census data from Pew Research Center in 2019 showed 38% among all adults ages 25 to 54 in the U.S were unpartnered. This share was up sharply from 29% in 1990. Contrary to what happened 30 years ago, men are now more likely than women to be unpartnered/stay single.

On average, the study found that partnered people were more likely to have bachelor’s degrees and be employed. The gaps between single and partnered adults are shown by education and income, especially for men. Women in 2019 have experienced significant changes since the 1990 survey, single women choose to work hard and live independently.

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