Single Women Take a Bigger Role In the Economy

From a Washington Post story by Abha Bhattarai headlined “Single women take an outsize role in the workforce—and the economy”:

More women than ever are single, a new report says — and that has significant implications for the U.S. economy.

Single women — who are postponing marriage or forgoing it altogether — are a growing economic force, accounting for a larger share of growth in the job market, homeownership and college degrees, according to an analysis of federal data.