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Rise In Single People, Who Earn Less, Worries Researchers

A new study from Pew Research Center released Tuesday underscores the economic advantages of being married, especially as the share of single people in the U.S. has grown over the past three decades. Access the insight to this research from AP News below.

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Middle and upper-middle-class American families have gotten used to outsourcing a lot of their life: child care, cooking, house cleaning, and even driving. Pandemic-related health fears and work disruptions have changed some traditional family responsibilities. More on this cultural shift in this article from IFS.

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