The ‘Look’ of the Modern Family

In an article on Time Healthland’s website, writing Brenda Luscombe takes a look at the changing face of the modern family. The piece includes lots of stats from a recent study and detailed explanation on how what once used to be considered a ‘family’ has a new definition:

The number of non-family households, those New Girl-like homes where none of the residents are related by birth or marriage, grew twice as fast as family households in the last decade. And more people are living alone now than in the past. There’s also been a massive increase in unmarried couples living together, and a pretty steep climb in multigenerational families as well. When people get married, they’re also increasingly wedding those from another race.

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