young-couple-bride-groom-rgbstockA new report shows that more young adults from the millennial generation are saying “I don’t” to marriage, disillusioned with their parents’ marriages and settling for the single life or living with a significant other. Millennials, or those born between about 1980 and 2000 (the birth years for the generation vary among experts), are on track to have the lowest marriage rates by age 40 than any previous generation of Americans, according to a story last week on And if the trend continues, more than 30 percent of millennial women will remain unmarried by age 40, nearly twice as many as their Generation X counterparts, the Urban Institute reported. What does that mean for society in general? Just more single ladies and men? No, experts say. It goes much deeper than that and could have a far-reaching impact for the entire nation. More