Nearly 40% of American Adults Are Single, and They Make Less Money

  • A new Pew Research Center analysis found that about 38% of American adults ages 25-34 are single.
  • Unpartnered adults are more likely to be worse off economically, earning less than their peers.
  • It’s a sign that some Millennials are prioritizing education and career before marriage — and being rewarded for it.

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