The older to marry, the smaller will be the chances to be allocated, according to a study.
An analysis by Nicholas Wolfinger, a sociologist at the University of Utah suggests that after a certain point, if you are married early 20’ave, the risk of separation begins to grow as long as you age. The risk of divorce begins to grow steadily in the early 20’ave, but sometime in the early 30’at he begins to fall.
As Wolfinger said: “Those who marry in their 20’at are more likely to divorce than those who marry in their 30’at.”This is based on a structural analysis of data from the National Survey of Family Growth, a survey held every year in the US. The biggest danger to young couples divorce comes from an intuitive sense – early 20’ave, you still do not have clear what you want to be and who you really are. The person who looked very good for you when you were 19 looks less good when you’re 30.
It is important to know that we are talking only about the statistical risks. If you decide to marry after 30’ave it is a wiser option than to marry early. Viewing rates of divorce, Wolfinger found that men who were married at the age of 35 were 19% less likely to be divorced than those who were married in their 20s.