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Trump Millennials are causing the U.S. divorce rate to plummet.

After selling assets during a divorce, long-term wealth can be difficult to restore. This interesting blog reveals how millennials are killing divorce! 

According to Esquire - "Divorce is becoming less common in the United States. New analysis by University of Maryland sociology professor Philip Cohen, who studied divorce rates among women between 2014 and 2018, shows that the overall rate of divorce has decreased by 18 percent in that time.
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So far, the quote suggest that perhaps  because marriage is no longer an achievement of status for millennials.
And we can't simply credit the massive Baby Boomer generation for getting old and less inclined to divorce. When Cohen controlled for factors like age, the divorce rate still showed a decline of 8 percent, indicating there's more to the decline than one generation simply aging out." - Esquire

It is being suggested that, Poorer + less educated Americans often opt not to marry. Lower divorce rates are a sign of America's widening chasm of inequality.
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I know— a good thing for a change! Consider it to be novel way to rebel against their elders.

Well done USA Millennials: The US divorce rate dropped 18 percent from 2008 to 2016. Even controlling for factors such as age, the divorce rate still dropped 8 percent #MakeAmericaGreatAgain

It turns out that all our tried and true sayings about divorce are fading away, thanks to millennials keeping their marriages in tact.

Unlike boomers (who are still seeing a rising and unusually high divorce rate), the millennials who are marrying are marrying later and divorcing less. We may have ruined the diamond industry and chain restaurants.
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In conclusion it seems as if we killed the processed food industry and now we are attacking the age-old American tradition of high divorce rates.