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A chart showing Americans' marital status by age
A chart showing the likelihood of being married at least once at each year of age.
This map compares rates of natural population increase or decrease across the 50 US states and Washington, DC.
Discussing how much you make is becoming less of a taboo topic, as millennials largely prefer transparency and promoting equality at work.
Since Japan began tracking birth rates in 1899, the total number of newborns has never fallen below 950,000 — until 2017.
Widespread aging, combined with Japan's low fertility rate, have created what economists call a "demographic time bomb."
Singapore's low fertility rate and aging population have put the country on a dangerous path, a new report claims.
Japan is dealing with what economists call a "demographic time bomb." The country has coped with this in creative and sometimes extreme ways.
Baby boomers are worried about outliving their savings in retirement.
Happiness changes over the course of your life in somewhat surprising ways.