Risk of divorce tied to division of labor

A new study published in the American Sociological Review by Harvard Pop Center’s faculty member Alexandra Killewald, PhD, suggests that division of labor may have more to do with predicting a couple’s risk of divorce than the money or material aspects of a marriage. In couples who wed after 1975, husbands who were not employed full-time faced a slightly higher chance of divorce. Learn more from livescience, CTV, AJC, lifezette.com, and Philly.com.