Graduate News

Anderson's research reveals young Americans waiting much longer to marry
Today, the average age for a first marriage for women is 27 years old, and for men it’s 29 years old. In major cities like New York, Los Angeles, and Washington, D.C., that age is even higher, finds Lydia Anderson, graduate research assistant.
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Lydia Anderson examines poverty among Ohio's young children
"In 2014, more than a quarter (27.5%) of Ohio's young children lived in poverty."
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Blacks leave Toledo to return to the South
Six percent of black adults who lived in Ohio from 2010 to 2014 moved out of the state, with nearly three fifths choosing to go south, finds graduate research assistant Paul Hemez.
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Anderson and Lee address Millennials and marriage
Lydia Anderson, graduate research assistant, and Gary Lee's, professor emeritus, research on Millennials and marriage appears in national media outlets.
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