Improving economics prompt higher divorce rate
An online report published by Bloomberg News on Tuesday, February 18 revealed that a higher divorce rate in the country is indicative of a favorable economy.
Moody’s Analytics Inc. chief economist Mark Zandi believes the number of couples deciding to get a divorce is expected to increase robustly as the economy gets better. Professor Abdur Chowdhurry of Marquette University in Milwaukee also stated that because home prices are starting to rise, couples who have been putting off getting a divorce might consider it again.
As some experts believe, difficult economic times in the past years have forced some couples to stay in unhappy marriages.
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