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Today we release our article 'Milestones: journeying into adulthood' which explores the age at which people reach important milestones in life, including beginning work, and getting married – and how these have changed over time. #Milestones ow.ly/CXdd30nJHTh
While the number of men applying to higher education increased by two thirds between 1994 and 2018 (up 66%), the number of women applying more than doubled (up 129%). #Milestones ow.ly/MYv930nJIln
In 2017, 23 was the age at which more than 50% of young adults had left the parental home. Twenty years earlier, this milestone was two-years younger, with more than 50% of young adults leaving home by the age of 21. #Milestones ow.ly/NAzT30nJIqm
In 1997, the average age of a first time mother was 27. In 2016, this had risen to 29. #Milestones #PopStatOfTheDay ow.ly/58wx30nJItV
In 1979, the percentage of women married in England and Wales by age 34 was 94.2% and 87.8% for men. By 2015, these figures had declined to 50.9% and 40.5% respectively. #Milestones ow.ly/48Pm30nJIwV
In 1993, the average house price was 4.9 times the average household salary of a household headed by a 16- to 24-year-old. In 2016, it was 8.2 times (a decline from its peak of 11.2 times in 2007). #Milestones ow.ly/m98E30nJIzD
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