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In a new book, "Room to Grow," I noted that unemployment has been rising, and real wages have been falling, for men without college degrees in today's post industrial economy. This is important because Americans are much less likely to get and stay married in communities like Muncie, where men have difficulty getting and keeping stable, decent paying jobs.
Why does this marriage divide matter? Children from unstable and single parent homes are significantly more likely to face trouble with the law, and more likely to become teen parents themselves. As importantly, they are less likely to graduate from college and high school. Indeed, new research from Harvard economist Raj Chetty indicates that family structure is the "single strongest correlate of upward mobility" in communities across America. What that means is that communities with lots of two parent families are much more likely to promote rags to riches mobility for poor kids in their midst than communities with lots of single parents.
Some of these strategies will entail public policy initiatives such as strengthening the state's vocational education and apprenticeship training, so as to boost the job prospects of young men and women without college degrees designed to strengthen the economic foundations of working class and poor families across the state. Other strategies will entail civic and cultural efforts, such as a social marketing campaign designed to promote the "success sequence," a campaign that would stress the importance of sequencing education, work, marriage and parenthood in that order, suggested by Ron Haskins and Isabel Sawhill at the Brookings Institution. And all these efforts should seek to reduce domestic violence in families across Indiana.
this age group, compared to just 43 percent of men with a high school degree or some college, and 38 percent of men without high school degrees in the state, according to data from the American Community Survey. There clearly is a marriage divide in Indiana.
This is why Gov. Mike Pence should be saluted for convening a "Summit on the Family and the Economy" in Indianapolis this past week to think long and hard about strategies for bridging the marital divide in the Hoosier State.
to 49) who were married, by education. In 2012, a majority of college educated Hoosier men 62 percent were married in Fendi Handbags Outlet Sale
Take nonmarital childbearing. In 2012, only 8 percent of births to college educated women in Indiana took place outside of marriage, compared to 52 percent of births for women with a high school degree or some college, and 65 percent for women without a high school degree, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
What's driving the growing marriage divide? Liberals blame changes in the economy, whereas conservatives blame changes in the culture and public policy. On this issue, at least, they are both right.
The alternative to considering a range of measures, both public and private, to bridge the marriage divide in Indiana is to accept a world where upscale Hoosiers enjoy stable and relatively happy families that help to reinforce their privileges and prospects, and where poor and working class families across the state are increasingly vulnerable to unstable and unhappy home lives that diminish their shot at the American Dream. This alternative is unfair and unjust, and that is why I hope that political, civic and business leaders across the state can join together to find creative ways to strengthen marriage and family life for all Hoosiers.
their less educated peers. For instance, teenagers from college educated homes are much more likely to report that they would be embarrassed (76 percent) by a teen pregnancy, compared to their peers from high school/some college educated homes (61 percent) and peers from homes where their mother is a high school dropout (48 percent). Likewise, college educated Americans are becoming more averse to divorce, while less educated Americans are becoming more accepting of divorce.
Indiana's marriage divide risks leaving behind low
But I also noted that adolescents and adults from better educated homes are increasingly more likely to embrace a marriage mind set, compared to Fendi Iphone 6 Case Amazon
Indeed, in recent years, communities across the country like these two, dominated by college educated and more affluent Americans, have seen divorce rates fall, marital happiness levels remain comparatively high, and their rates of nonmarital childbearing remain comparatively low.
By contrast, marriage is in trouble not just in post industrial cities like Muncie but, increasingly, in small towns and rural communities across Indiana and Fendi Hobo Bag Logo Price the country at large. Divorce remains high, marital happiness is falling, and nonmarital childbearing is rising. All this makes for a growing marriage divide in the Hoosier State.
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