Marriage rates are dropping in the U.S but no one seems to be surprised.
A study done by the Pew Research Center says that the decrease is due to a shortage of economically attractive partners.
"Most American women hope to marry but current shortages of marriageable men with a stable job and income make this increasingly difficult, especially in this economy," said lead author Daniel T. Lichter, Ph.D., of Cornell University. "Marriage is still based on love, but it also is fundamentally an economic transaction."
The analysis found that not being financially stable with little to no higher education contributes to the shortage.