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People without cars, financial assets less likely to marry: study

By Sciencedaily.com | Posted - Oct. 7, 2011 at 9:46 a.m.



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A new study finds that people who lack personal wealth in the form of a car or financial assets are significantly less likely to enter into a first marriage. The results, according to the study's author, shed light on recent changes in marriage patterns in the U.S. Read More ...

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