Family Obligations in Europe
Throughout Europe family structures and employment patterns have changed quite dramatically over the past 20 to 30 years. People are marrying later, having smaller families, experiencing marital breakdown, more couples are living together without marriage, more children are being born outside marriage, there are more elderly people, and more people living alone.
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