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The Rise of the Singleton

If you’re an only child, you’re in good company

Photo by JOSHUA COLEMAN on Unsplash

In the United States, the increase of one-child families doubled from 11% of the population in 1976 to 22% in 2015. That means there were 70,554,000 singletons.

Does that number surprise you?

It does me.




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Randye S Spina, MBA

Randye S Spina, MBA

Non-fiction author, marketer, agency founder, award-winning adjunct professor. Arts nonprofit board member. Hopelessly interested in everything.

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