Say Goodbye: These Things Are Disappearing Because Millennials Won’t Shell Out The Money

They Don’t Tie The Knot

couple posing together after wedding
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While in the past, people seemed to see getting married as an inevitable milestone, today, Millennial couples are exploring their options. Many younger Americans have decided that they don’t need to get married to live happily ever after. The marriage age is steadily rising, and some couples choose to live together and have kids without ever walking down the aisle.

In the ’80s, more than two-thirds of people aged between 25-years-old and 34 had already tied the knot. More than half the people in the age range today are single.