Marital Status and Living Arrangements

C 3.186 / 6996 P20–496 3 Living arrangements 1996 1970 70,908 69,162 Children under 18 years Percent living with : Two parents One parent Mother only Father only Neither parent 68.0 27.9 24.0 3.9 4.1 85.2 11.9 10.8 1.1 2.9 Source : U.S. ...

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ISBN: UCSD:31822024305054

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Marital Status and Living Arrangements

1992 18 to 1920 to 24 | 25 to 29 30 to 34 35 to 39 40 to 44 Table J. Living Arrangements of the Elderly , by Sex. present . However , a procedural improvement in the data collection and processing scheme during 1982-83 that helped to ...

Author: Arlene F. Saluter

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ISBN: UIUC:30112031993675

Category: Families

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Marital Status and Living Arrangements March 1982

Living Arrangements of Children under 18 Years : 1982 Two. 4 Race Age Year and sex Under 30 years 30 to 34 years 35 to 44 45 to 64 years years 65 years and over Total White Both sexes : 1982 ... 107 152 65 1980 . 1970 . 1960 .

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ISBN: UIUC:30112052405567

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Living Arrangements of Older Persons 1950 1961

The increasing need for special care is shown by the fact that almost a third of 75+ persons did not live in their ... Living arrangements for men tended to resemble those of the 65-74 group while living arrangements for the women were ...

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American Families and Living Arrangements

Ninety - six percent of all children under 18 live with one or both parents . Living Arrangements of Children Under 18 Years Old : 1960-90 Percent 100 I 90 80 However , the proportion living with one parent doubled from 9 percent to 19 ...

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ISBN: UCSD:31822017619669

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Provides a graphic overview of selected recent family trends reflecting changes in the personal lifestyles of many Americans. This chartbook illustrates how patterns of change May be perceived through the use of survey and census statistics. Inf.

Marital Status and Living Arrangements

MARITAL STATUS AND LIVING ARRANGEMENTS : MARCH 1976 Table A. Median Age at First Marriage , by Sex , for the United States , 1960 to 1976 , and for Conterminous United States , 1890 to 1959 21.3 1958 ..... 21.1 1957 .. 21.1 1956 .

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ISBN: UIUC:30112106669184

Category: Families

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Marital Status and Living Arrangements March 1994

have changed , so have the living arrangements of children . The rise in divorce and delay in first marriage among adults are two of the major factors contributing to the growing proportion of children in one - parent living situations ...

Author: Arlene F. Saluter

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ISBN: UIUC:30112005409468

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America s Families and Living Arrangements 2003

These differences are partially due to higher age-specific mortality among men—thereby leaving more women as widows—and higher rates of remarriage among men than women after divorce.14 LIVING ARRANGEMENTS OF YOUNGER AND OLDER ADULTS ...

Author: Barry Leonard

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ISBN: 9781437904093

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The decades-long decline in the proportion of family groups with children that were married-couple families leveled off during the mid-1990s, at about 68% from 1996 to 2003. This change reflects declining divorce rates and reduced non-marital fertility, especially among teens. Between 1970 and 1996, the median age at first marriage also increased but since 1996 has been fairly stable for both men and women. Basic trends in household and family composition, living arrangements and marital status of adults, and characteristics of unmarried-couple households are presented in this report. A new section is included that highlights married-couple families with a stay-at-home parent. The data are from the Census Bureau¿s Annual Social and Economic Supp. Ill.

Changes in the Living Arrangements of the Elderly

Most of the change in the living arrangements of the noninstitutionalized elderly cannot be accounted for simply by demographic shifts.5 / Rather , the move into independent households has involved both unmarried and married men and ...

Author: Miriam L. King

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ISBN: UCR:31210024763573

Category: Aged

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Marital Status and Living Arrangements Before Admission to Nursing and Personal Care Homes United States May June 1964

Living Arrangements Before Admission When distributed by number of conditions , there was no great disparity in the percents for three of the four combined living arrangement groups ( table C ) . The exception was for those residents ...

Author: Roy Morgan

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105112108878

Category: Marital status

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