The U.S. media attention Chinese high degree income lost power and don’t want to get married-9c8996

15 Apr

The U.S. media attention Chinese don’t want to get married: high degree income lost power picture: couple to receive a marriage certificate. Xinhua News Agency (Meng Delong photo) reference news network September 17th reported that the U.S. media said, choose to marry Chinese is less. This is a profound change in China’s economic and social life. According to the United States, New York Times reported on September 12th, Liu Zhenfeng married at the age of 25. The marriage standard followed – daughter, housing, furniture, toys. Today, her 28 year old daughter, Song Zongpei, is on a different path. Song Zongpei in Beijing with two roommates flat-share an apartment at present, will focus on the occupation development and financial accumulation. She felt that she would not marry and have children in a short time. "At this stage, the most important thing for me is personal development," said Song Zongpei. Reported that the decline of marriage, means that the reduction in the number of babies, housing, household appliances and other consumer and family will shrink, and this kind of consumption is to promote Chinese needed for economic growth. Some companies have focused their attention on single people. The jeweler offers the best price for unmarried couples. A home appliance manufacturer has introduced a smaller capacity cooker. Overseas fertility services began to advertise Chinese women who wanted to freeze their eggs in the future. Regulations prohibit single women from receiving the service at home. But there is a positive side to the decline in the number of marriages. A large part of this is due to China’s aging population and the one-child policy, but it also has to do with the growing number of educated women in china. Economics, demography and sociology experts said that some women in delay marriage, so that the development and establishment of financial foundation, resulting in a more powerful female population, they will no longer be marriage as the only way to get a sense of security. "Because they have a relatively high level of education, but also have a good income, they lost the economic power of marriage." Zhang Xiaobo, Professor of economics at Peking University’s national development institute. Last year there were 12 million couples registered for marriage, a figure that has declined for second consecutive years. Consistent with this trend, the couple divorced last year reached 3 million 800 thousand pairs, more than two times more than it was 10 years ago. The decline in the number of newly married couples is largely due to China’s one-child policy. After 35 years of implementation, the policy was formally terminated in January this year. It has speeded up the rate of decline in fertility in China, leading to a decline in the proportion of people aged 20 to 29 – the prime marriageable age, compared with a decline of 20 years ago. In addition, because Chinese families tend to want boys, resulting in too many male population, the prospect of marriage becomes more complex. These trends test the concept of family culture that has lasted for hundreds of years. Although in general China arranged marriage has gradually disappeared, but China parents are still deeply involved in child marriage, they may be potential suitors to trace the clues, in the children during the holidays at home wrapped asked their marriage plans. On the economic front, this influence is a double-edged sword. Generally speaking, single people will buy 7 less than married couples相关的主题文章: