Reminds me I’m alive.
But since 1980, the two groups have taken diverging paths. Women without undergraduate degrees have remained at about the same rate, their risk of divorce or separation within the first 10 years of marriage hovering at around 35 percent. But for college graduates, the divorce rate in the first 10 years of marriage has plummeted to just over 16 percent of those married between 1990 and 1994 from 27 percent of those married between 1975 and 1979.
What, you mean, smart, older, wiser people generally make better marriage decisions? No way! Marry `em young, when they don’t know any better.
Not a study you’re going to see toted around next Valentine’s Day.