Navigation Links
Unwed mothers find it difficult to attract potential life partner

Women who have children out of an extramarital relationship are less likely to marry when compared to other single women of their age. But even if they do marry, their husbands tend to be less well-matched, in terms of age // and educational background.

The data for the study was collected from a population of 102, 722 women aged 18 to 34. The study showed that single mothers were less likely than childless women to marry a man with at least some college education, suggesting that an improvement in their economic prospects is very unlikely.

The results point out that an unmarried mother was more likely to marry a man who was significantly older – at least six years older – than she. Overall, the results show that women who bear children out of wedlock do not fare well in the marriage market.

Unwed mothers are disadvantaged economically. They are far more likely to live below the poverty line than married women. Over one-third of female-headed families with children live in poverty compared to only 6 percent of married couples with children.

“Most unwed mothers want to have a satisfying marriage and family, but have significant obstacles to finding a good mate,” according to the researchers.

As a result, federal and state governments need to consider carefully regarding the design of marriage promotion programs. Such programs may be helpful, but only if they tackle the issue of out-of-wedlock childbearing and address the economic disadvantages of these women and their potential partners.

Government efforts to reduce out-of-wedlock childbearing and provide employment and education opportunities for low-income men and women may have the indirect and long-term benefit of encouraging better matched and therefore more healthy and stable marriaes.
'"/>




Page: 1

Related medicine news :

1. Allergies are related to mothers menses
2. Risk of preeclampsia in pregnant mothers may be inherited
3. Low hemoglobin may make mothers bond less with their babies
4. Pregnant mothers dental health can lead to pre-term babies
5. Overweight mothers overfeed obese children
6. A call to epileptic mothers to help reduce birth defects
7. Kids of overweight mothers have higher obesity risk
8. Obese mothers more prone to Pregnancy Risks
9. First time mothers are older now
10. Steroids administered to expectant mothers, a boon for preemie babies
11. Older Women make good mothers!
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
TAG: Unwed mothers find difficult attract potential life partner

(Date:12/25/2014)... 2014 “ SmileStix ” was featured on ... latest and coolest mobile applications on the iOS, Android, and ... of NewsWatch, conducted the app review and shared with viewers ... stickers. , The old saying goes, “A picture says a ... that can describe a single image, because each picture holds ...
(Date:12/24/2014)... AlignLife of Wauwatosa loves helping those ... During the holiday season, AlignLife looks forward to their annual ... Dr. Sara Mahalko-Leonhardt, owner of AlignLife. "It brings our patients ... we are able to give kids toys for Christmas who ... the generosity of our patients." , The 70 toys were ...
(Date:12/24/2014)... New York, New York (PRWEB) December 24, 2014 ... continue to mount in a mass tort litigation currently ... Liebhard LLP reports. As of December 24, 2014, ... in the proceeding on behalf of individuals who developed ... to its use. Data from the Court indicates that ...
(Date:12/24/2014)... December 25, 2014 Today, Yunx.co.uk, a ... evening dresses and other special occasion outfits, unveils ... models are offered at discounted prices, up to 80% ... young ladies with their fashionable designs, gorgeous looks and ... exception. The business is devoted to designing and offering ...
(Date:12/24/2014)... holidays can be a challenge for people who suffer migraines, ... "This is the season in which many people overindulge ... Dodick, chair of the American Migraine Foundation, said in a ... through food and beverage choices, to help reduce the risk ... neurology at the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, Ariz. , , ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:An Application to Create Custom Stickers was Featured on NewsWatch Television on December 19, 2014 2Health News:AlignLife of Wauwatosa Brings Joy to Less Fortunate Families 2Health News:Risperdal Lawsuits Continue to Climb, as Claims in Pennsylvania Litigation Exceed 1,180 Filings, Bernstein Liebhard LLP Reports 2Health News:Risperdal Lawsuits Continue to Climb, as Claims in Pennsylvania Litigation Exceed 1,180 Filings, Bernstein Liebhard LLP Reports 3Health News:Risperdal Lawsuits Continue to Climb, as Claims in Pennsylvania Litigation Exceed 1,180 Filings, Bernstein Liebhard LLP Reports 4Health News:Yunx.co.uk Unveils 65 New Bridesmaid Dresses for the UK market 2Health News:Expert Offers Tips for Preventing Holiday Migraines 2
... Board: NZYM) today announced financial results for its fiscal fourth quarter ... , For the fourth quarter ended March 31, 2009, revenue ... for the same period last year. Gross income for the ... million for the same period last year. Operating income for ...
... , June 3 IMAGINE Software, ... its newest features implemented within the IMAGINEradiology(TM) practice management ... 19-21. , , The ... that allows for easy deployment and maintenance distribution through ...
... Calif., June 3 Ambry Genetics is pleased to ... offering the Ambry CMA: 105K Oligo Array, which is ... genetic disorders. In a partnership with Baylor ... provide one of the most comprehensive, clinically-validated genetic tests ...
... Year-Old USAID/State Department/Private Sector Initiative Unveils Initial Aid ... Chiles and CAFAmerica,s Saxon-Harrold Report on Progress. ... One Woman Initiative ( http://www.OneWomanInitiative.org ), a one-year-old ... significant Muslim populations, today announced its first grants, ...
... An innovative University of Georgia graduate program in ... to work with elementary-age students with autism over the ... federal grant to train teachers to work with similarly ... disability that is part of a group known as ...
... blood cells to injury site, research shows , WEDNESDAY, ... to prevent infection in cuts and scrapes -- also may ... , U.S. researchers have discovered that when the tail fins ... is released from the wound and into the surrounding tissue. ...
Cached Medicine News:Health News:Synthetech Announces Fiscal 2009 Results 2Health News:Synthetech Announces Fiscal 2009 Results 3Health News:Synthetech Announces Fiscal 2009 Results 4Health News:Synthetech Announces Fiscal 2009 Results 5Health News:Synthetech Announces Fiscal 2009 Results 6Health News:IMAGINE Software Unveils Advanced IMAGINEradiology(TM) Features 2Health News:'Ambry Genetics Announces Launch of Chromosomal Microarray to Offer Whole Genome Analysis' 2Health News:'Ambry Genetics Announces Launch of Chromosomal Microarray to Offer Whole Genome Analysis' 3Health News:'One Woman Initiative' Announces First Grants to Women's Organizations in Five Nations 2Health News:'One Woman Initiative' Announces First Grants to Women's Organizations in Five Nations 3Health News:'One Woman Initiative' Announces First Grants to Women's Organizations in Five Nations 4Health News:UGA grad program expands to prepare teachers to work with secondary students with autism 2Health News:UGA grad program expands to prepare teachers to work with secondary students with autism 3Health News:Key to Wound-Healing May Be Explained in Fish Tail 2
(Date:12/24/2014)... , December 24, 2014 ... Report on Global Disposable Syringe Industry of ... its online business intelligence library. ... Disposable Syringe Industry is a professional and ... market.  For overview analysis, the report introduces ...
(Date:12/24/2014)... ALEXANDRIA, Va. , Dec. 23, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ ... stringent diastolic blood pressure target for people with ... either moderate or high doses of statins, in ... risk management enacted by the American College of ... recommendations are reflected in the most recent changes ...
(Date:12/24/2014)... , Dec. 23, 2014  Medical Science Liaisons ... the key link between the medical device industry and ... more in the coming years as the device industry ... According to research by benchmarking firm, Best Practices, ... gain an important edge is by harnessing new technology ...
Breaking Medicine Technology:World Disposable Syringe Market 2014 Report: China and Regional Analysis 2World Disposable Syringe Market 2014 Report: China and Regional Analysis 3World Disposable Syringe Market 2014 Report: China and Regional Analysis 4World Disposable Syringe Market 2014 Report: China and Regional Analysis 5New Standards of Care Provide Guidelines for Statin Use for People with Diabetes to Prevent Heart Disease 2New Standards of Care Provide Guidelines for Statin Use for People with Diabetes to Prevent Heart Disease 3New Standards of Care Provide Guidelines for Statin Use for People with Diabetes to Prevent Heart Disease 4Role of Medical Science Liaisons Evolving in Medical Device Sector 2
... Compressor provides effective therapy at an affordable price. ... home or on the go and features ease ... reliable operation you have come to count on ... the perfect solution for those patients seeking a ...
... delivery is an important part of managing ... and convenient products mean delivering the aerosolized ... time while minimizing medication waste. Aerosol delivery ... line of Nebulizers, including the new NebuTech® ...
... SynergyPlus+ is recommended for people with low ... limbs associated with failed back syndrome, low ... people with post laminectomy pain, multiple back ... disease and Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS). ...
Whether you require high flow rates for critical situations or lower rates for others, this insufflator handles both situations equally well, regulated by the preselected pressure....
Medicine Products: