21 Careers That Are More Likely To Lead To Divorce (2023)

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By Lia Sestric

21 Careers That Are More Likely To Lead To Divorce (1)

You’ve heard the statistic before: Half of all marriages end in divorce. Whether that number still holds true is debatable, but for many young married people today, it’s their career — or their spouses’ — that’s leading to higher divorce rates. Workers in certain industries are seeing higher divorce rates by age 30, according to an analysis of U.S. Census Data from career website Zippia.

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The choice of a particular career often comes with some serious caveats, including the potential for long hours, time away from home, increased emotional stress or just lower pay. All of these factors can potentially lead to conflicts with your significant other, some of which will ultimately be impossible to reconcile. And the analysis from Zippia reveals that some professions appear to be driving a much higher percentage of people to throw in the towel on their marriage.

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So, here’s a closer look at those jobs that can lead to some serious difficulties in your personal life.

Last updated: Sept. 21, 2021

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21. Nurse Anesthetists

  • Divorce Rate: Approximately 12%

The nursing field, as a whole, can be stressful, but the work of a nurse anesthetist takes stress to an entirely different level. These professionals administer or adjust patient anesthetic, closely monitor the vital signs of anesthetized patients and must make critical decisions independently and quickly. Essentially, the life of a patient rests in their hands, which might create both physical and marital stress and contribute to a higher divorce rate, even in some of the best states to be a nurse.

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20. Laborers and Freight, Stock and Material Movers, Hand

  • Divorce Rate: Approximately 13%

Laborers who manually move materials, freight or stock are at a higher risk of injury than other professions, according to the Department of Labor. Unfortunately, the job also comes with a higher divorce rate, the report indicates.

Workers commonly work more than eight hours in one shift and even overnight, which could certainly hurt a marriage. One might be able to overlook these drawbacks if the pay was good — but it’s not. The job pays a median annual salary of $27,040, per the Department of Labor, well below the national average.

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19. Medical and Health Services Managers

  • Divorce Rate: Approximately 13%

Medical and health services managers have a significant responsibility, as they oversee the operations of a hospital. Some, however, might be neglecting their responsibilities at home, as Zippia found higher divorce rates among these professionals.

The job can also be very stressful, as these professionals have to manage personnel issues and must stay up to date with changes in healthcare. The work could very well be around the clock and even require travel in some instances, meaning it isn’t always worthwhile despite healthcare jobs often being among the highest paid in thestate.

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18. Computer, Automated Teller and Office Machine Repairers

  • Divorce Rate: Approximately 13%

Whether it’s the ATM, fax machine, cash register or something else, someone has to be available to repair these machines when they break down. Although these professionals can repair specialized machines, they evidently don’t always do well with fixing marriages. Zippia found these professionals more likely to experience divorce.

Some of these workers put in over 50 hours per week, and field technicians will typically travel to make the necessary repairs, according to theDepartment of Labor. Long days away from home can leave little time to rekindle a marriage. So, it turns out there are worse things about ATMs than the fees.

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17. Electricians

  • Divorce Rate: Approximately 13%

Electricians also have a tough and injury-prone job — with the risk of electrical shocks, cuts, burns and falls. Long periods of standing and kneeling are also common, which can be exhausting.

Due to the unknown number of electrical issues that might happen each day, the job could also involve evenings, weekends, holidays and extended hours. Unfortunately, spending large amounts of time connecting electricity could be simultaneously disconnecting a marriage.

16. Tax Examiners, Collectors and Revenue Agents

  • Divorce Rate: Approximately 13%

Reviewing returns, conducting audits and identifying what’s owed can be “taxing” on a marriage, according to Zippia research. During tax season, a typical 40-hour workweek can balloon into a ton of overtime and multiply stress for tax professionals.

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Couple extra hours and tension with harried and demanding customers, and you have a recipe for disaster — one that, along with finances, can negatively affect a marriage, particularly if it’s already fragile.

15. Probation Officers and Correctional Treatment

  • Divorce Rate: Approximately 13%

Supervising probationers can be daunting and draining to a marriage — and result in a higher divorce rate, according to Zippia. Much of a probation officer’s time is spent documenting and evaluating individuals who might have difficult personalities and habits. Plus, the job often requires working overtime.

Understandably, when officers come home from work they might be short on words or edgy, which can cause tension in a marriage.

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14. Administrative Services Managers

  • Divorce Rate: Approximately 13%

Administrative services managers have a lot to juggle. They’re the ones who have to supervise employee activities; keep accurate, up-to-date records; set and monitor goals and plan budgets. They’re also on call to handle problems, according to the Department of Labor.

Stressful daytime duties and after-hours calls might damage a marriage, so it might not be surprising that the Zippia analysis revealed these professionals age 30 and youngerhave a higher divorce rate.

13. Carpenters

  • Divorce Rate: Approximately 13%

The Department of Labor reports that carpenters have one of the highest rates of illnesses or injuries and typically work in less than stellar conditions. The job also involves working evenings, weekends and having to commit to overtime.

Coming home late and achy must not be good for a marriage, as Zippia found carpenters to have one of the highest divorce rates. Perhaps it’s because the home to-do list is taking a back seat to work.

12. Medical Assistants

  • Divorce Rate: Approximately 14%

Medical assistants are also among the highest risk for divorce before 30, according to Zippia. If you think about the healthcare hierarchy coupled with a stressful work environment, it might be easy to see why.

The job can be very demanding for these professionals who typically work in a hospital or office setting. Medical assistants might have to work evenings, weekends, holidays or overtime. Unlike physicians or registered nurses, their median pay is only $32,480 annually, which could make them a little bitter on days that are more challenging.

Although there’s the adage, “leave your work at the door,” some might bring it home with them — and inadvertently destroy their marriage.

11. Diagnostic Related Technologists and Technicians

  • Divorce Rate: Approximately 14%

Zippia found these healthcare professionals to have one of the worst jobs for the possibility of a lasting marriage. The job is demanding and requires full-time hours and tedious work. Workers must be on their feet for long periods, lift and turn patients and work overnights, weekends and holidays because they work in facilities that never close — all of which could take a toll on a marriage.

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10. Engineering Technicians, Expert Drafters

  • Divorce Rate: Approximately 14%

Engineering technicians are instrumental in taking ideas and turning them into reality, but they also experience higher divorce rates, according to the study. The downfall could be that they’re spending too much time assisting engineers and scientists with research and problem-solving than nurturing their marital bond. There might even be travel involved to other engineering plants or construction sites, which could mean less time at home — and more time to grow apart.

9. Library Assistants, Clerical

  • Divorce Rate: Approximately 15%

The person who helps you find reading materials and animatedly engages in story time is more likely to experience divorce.

The likelihood of divorce might come as a surprise when considering the lack of potential job stressors. But consider the financial tension: More than half of library assistants and technicians only work part-time and earn a meager $25,810 median annual salary, according to the Department of Labor, ironically meaning they’ll also need a cheap divorce.

8. Nonfarm Animal Caretakers

  • Divorce Rate: Approximately 15%

Pets provide people with so much joy, but jobs that involve caring for these creatures result in divorce.

Unfortunately, compassion fatigue — which is emotional exhaustion caused by caring for traumatized animals or people — could be the culprit. The condition, which is common among animal caregivers, can lead to outbursts of anger and depression. Sadly, a person might neglect their marriage and the person they said “I do” to if they fall victim to this disorder.

7. Military, Rank Not Specified

  • Divorce Rate: Approximately 15%

Divorce doesn’t discriminate according to rank or military role — Zippia’s research reveals these individuals have about a 15% divorce rate. The demands of the job, from deployment — which can involve long periods of time away from spouses and families — to relocating to various bases, could be grounds for divorce. It might also be hard on those who served to reintegrate into civilian life, which includes marriage, meaning that an unfortunate number of veterans might be headed to the divorce attorney.

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6. Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers

  • Divorce Rate: Approximately 15%

Ask anyone who has waitressed or bussed a table, and they’ll tell you it’s far from glamorous — picture unhappy customers, poor tippers and hours on your feet. It’s not exactly a dream job, and apparently, it’s not a good match for marriage, either — with the divorce rate hovering around 15%, according to the study.

The median annual pay for these workers is only $20,180, which could put a financial strain on a marriage. Furthermore, the work typically involves working late hours and weekends when most married people prefer to spend quality time together.

5. Chemical Technicians

  • Divorce Rate: Approximately 15%

Chemical technicians also experience a higher rate of divorce when compared to other job holders in the study. Individuals in this profession spend a lot of time in laboratories conducting research and testing chemical products and processes. Wearing the white lab coat might mean irregular and extra hours to monitor experiments.

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Unfortunately, the hyper-focus and dedication these workers give to their job do little to ensure the happiness of their marriages.

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4. Military Enlisted Tactical Operations and Air Weapons

  • Divorce Rate: Approximately 17%

This broad category of military personnel also has a higher divorce rate among the 30-and-younger demographic with one gender dominating, according to the research. The career site references a Princeton study that shows enlisted women to have a higher divorce rate than enlisted men when compared to civilians. The upside is that those who choose to have a military career versus a short stint might have a better chance of a lasting marriage.

3. Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics

  • Divorce Rate: Approximately 17%

The professions of automotive service techs and mechanics rank as one of the likeliest to lead to divorce. People in these professions have one of the highest rates of injury and illness, come home tired often and could end up not likely to be in the mood for a heavy dose of family time.

The median annual wage is about $39,550 — and workers tend to work evenings and weekends. Some might say the trade-off is not worth it, considering the divorce rate is roughly 17%.

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2. Logisticians

  • Divorce Rate: Approximately 18%

If “till death do us part” is of high importance, you might want to overlook a career in logistics. Supply-chain professionals hold the second-worst job for lasting marriages, the report indicates.

A career as a logistician does come with solid pay — $74,590 annually, according to the Department of Labor — although overseeing a company’s supply chain might involve more stress and a heavier workload. Occasional overtime to meet demands could also be a drawback.

1. First-Line Enlisted Military Supervisors

  • Divorce Rate: Approximately 30%

First-line enlisted military supervisors manage and lead enlisted service members. Their role, however, tends to put a staggering strain on their marriages. Individuals under the age of 30 have a 30% divorce rate, making it the most divorced profession, according to Zippia’s research.

Although there is no singular answer for this trend, some reasons for divorce could include job stress and longer deployments. Those who experience combat, such as in Iraq or Afghanistan, might also be at a higher risk.

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Lia Sestric

Lia Sestric is a Pittsburgh native and graduate from E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University. Her bachelor’s degree is in Broadcast News. She has written and produced television news stories in the Los Angeles area and Charleston, S.C. In 2012, Lia began to freelance write on the side about higher education and careers for Yahoo! Finance. Lia is now based in the Washington, D.C. area and continues to work on national and local writing contracts. Her work frequently appears onmajor sites like Yahoo, The Huffington Post, MSN, Entrepreneur, Business Insider, USA Today, in addition to GOBankingRates.

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What is the number one occupation for divorce? ›

First-line enlisted military supervisors manage and lead enlisted service members. Their role, however, tends to put a staggering strain on their marriages. Individuals under the age of 30 have a 30% divorce rate, making it the most divorced profession, according to Zippia's research.

What is the divorce rate for married at 21? ›

The rate of divorce after 10 years is 48% for those who marry before the age of 18. However, the rate is just 25% for those who marry after the age of 25. For people who marry between the ages of 20-25, there is a 44%-60% chance of the union ending in divorce.

Who initiates divorce most often? ›

A study led by the American Sociological Association determined that nearly 70% of divorces are initiated by women. And the percentage of college-educated American women who initiated divorce is even higher.

What profession has the lowest divorce rate? ›

If you have one of the following occupations, you have the lowest rate of divorce or separation.
  • Media and communication equipment workers, all other at less than 1%
  • Agricultural engineers at 1.78%
  • Optometrists at 4.01%
  • Transit and railroad police at 5.26%
  • Clergy at 5.61%
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What profession has the highest burnout rate? ›

Physicians have the highest burnout rate, with 62.8% experiencing burnout symptoms. Other jobs with high burnout rates include: Nurse. Retail and Fast Food Worker.

What are the top 2 causes of divorce? ›

Leading Causes of Divorce in the United States
  • Marital Infidelity. Different couples may respond to marital infidelity in different ways. ...
  • Financial Disagreements. ...
  • Weight Gain. ...
  • Lack of Intimacy. ...
  • Lack of Equality. ...
  • Lack of Preparation. ...
  • Poor Communication. ...
  • Addiction.

Who is happiest after divorce? ›

Women fare better than men. A study by Kingston University in the UK found that despite the negative financial impact of divorce on women, they are generally happier than men after divorce.

At what age is divorce hardest? ›

Elementary school age (6–12) This is arguably the toughest age for children to deal with the separation or divorce of their parents.

What age is divorce easiest? ›

On average, children aged 6-10yrs old are least affected by divorces; however, children aged 1-2yrs old's seem to be the most affected. Every marriage goes through its good times and bad times; however, when children become involved in the equation, the stakes become even higher.

At what age do most couples divorce? ›

The average age at the first divorce

The average age for newly married couples going through their first divorce in the United States is 30 years old. About 34% of all divorces initiate spouses aged 25 to 29. The percentage of people 55 to 64 years old who got divorced for the first time is about 43%.

Who is more loyal in relationship? ›

Women are more loyal in romantic relationships than men – Uche Elendu. It's a known fact that unfaithfulness is the bane of most marriages and relationships, however arguments abound as to who cheats more – the man or the woman?

What are the 5 most common causes of divorce? ›

The Top 5 Reasons for Divorce
  1. Infidelity. Cheating on your spouse not only breaks a vow—it breaks the trust in a relationship. ...
  2. Lack of Intimacy. Physical intimacy is important in any romantic relationship, but it is essential to the growth of a long-term relationship. ...
  3. Communication. ...
  4. Money. ...
  5. Addiction.
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What month has the highest divorce rate? ›

Which Months Do Divorce Filings Peak? Divorce rates peak in March and August. There are a number of reasons these two months see a large increase in divorce and separation. People are less likely to divorce during the winter holidays since these events revolve around time spent with family.

Which profession makes the best husband? ›

  • 7 professions that make the Best Husbands. Yes! Profession compatibility is a thing. ...
  • Engineers. Engineers are dedicated individuals who like to make long term commitments about their future. ...
  • Physicians. You can bet on financial stability with his one. ...
  • Dentist.
  • Chef. The way to a woman's heart is through her stomach.

Who is divorce harder on? ›

As a culture, we tend to assume that women are more emotional than men. However, numerous studies have shown that divorce is actually an experience that is tougher for men to cope with.

Is divorce more common with the rich or poor? ›

Wealthy couples have higher odds of divorce because more money translates to more stress in a committed relationship. A 2018 study by Northwestern Mutual found that a person's relationship with money increases his or her chances of divorce.

What are the top 3 most stressful jobs? ›

According to the report, the top 10 most stressful jobs are:
  • Anesthesiologist assistants.
  • Judges, magistrate judges, and magistrates.
  • Telephone operators.
  • Acute care nurses.
  • Obstetricians and gynecologists.
  • Public safety telecommunicators (911 operators)
  • First-line supervisors and retail sales workers.
  • Nurse anesthetists.
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What is the most overworked job? ›

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  • Nurse. The median salary for registered nurses in the U.S. is under $80,000. ...
  • Teacher. ...
  • Construction worker. ...
  • Social worker. ...
  • Emergency medical technicians (EMTs) ...
  • Surgeon. ...
  • Retail employee. ...
  • Certified public accountant (CPAs)
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What are the 5 most stressful jobs in the world? ›

Top 5 most stressful jobs
  • Social/support worker.
  • Teacher.
  • Police officers.
  • Health care professional.
  • Prison officer.
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What is the most mentally draining job? ›

Based on these factors, the ten most high-stress jobs in the world, according to research from the US News Best Jobs database, are:
  • Mental health counsellor. ...
  • Anesthesiologist. ...
  • Patrol officer. ...
  • IT manager. ...
  • Construction manager. ...
  • Physician. ...
  • Lawyer. ...
  • Financial manager.
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What job has the most mental health issues? ›

As reported by the Insider, these professions have high rates of suicide and depression:
  • Emergency medical technicians (EMTs)
  • Construction workers.
  • Childcare workers.
  • Doctors.
  • Nurses.
  • Restaurant workers.
  • Humanitarian workers.
  • Lawyers.

What is the happiest career in the US? ›

Agriculture, logging and forestry have the highest levels of self-reported happiness — and lowest levels of self-reported stress — of any major industry category, according to our analysis of thousands of time journals from the Bureau of Labor Statistics' American Time Use Survey.

What are the hardest years of marriage? ›

While there are countless divorce studies with conflicting statistics, the data points to two periods during a marriage when divorces are most common: years 1 – 2 and years 5 – 8. Of those two high-risk periods, there are two years in particular that stand out as the most common years for divorce — years 7 and 8.

What ends most marriages? ›

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  • Infidelity. Over half of all participants cited infidelity as a major reason for divorce and infidelity was the most often endorsed “final straw” reason. ...
  • Substance abuse. ...
  • Domestic violence. ...
  • Financial hardship. ...
  • Marriage expectations.

How long does the average marriage last? ›

What is the average length of marriage? On average, the length of a marriage in the U.S. is seven to eight years. Some states have a higher rate than others, but the divorce rate for the country is around 50%.

Who is more likely to remarry after a divorce? ›

Men Are More Likely to Remarry

The rate for women was significantly lower, at only 19.4 per 1,000 women eligible for remarriage. This data indicates that men are consistently more likely to attempt a second marriage than women. Over the past decade, there has been a decline in remarriage rates for both men and women.

Who regrets divorce? ›

On average, a third of divorced couples regret their decision to end their marriage. In a 2016 survey by Avvo.com, researchers interviewed 254 women and 206 men and asked how they felt about their divorce. They found out that 27% of women and 32% of men found themselves regretting divorce.

Is divorce better than an unhappy marriage? ›

The study found that on average unhappily married adults who divorced were no happier than unhappily married adults who stayed married when rated on any of 12 separate measures of psychological well-being. Divorce did not typically reduce symptoms of depression, raise self-esteem, or increase a sense of mastery.

Why is GREY divorce? ›

Gray (or grey) divorce refers to a divorce involving individuals who are 50 years of age or older. Many high-profile cases, such as Bill and Melinda Gates, Billy Ray and Tish Cyrus, and Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver, have brought attention to the growing number of gray divorces.

What age of marriage has the lowest divorce rate? ›

Studies have shown that there is a “Goldilocks” zone, between ages 28 and 32, where marriages have the highest chance of success. After 32, the likelihood of your marriage ending in divorce increases by approximately 5% per year.

Is life easier after divorce? ›

While some may be happier after a divorce, research indicates most adults that divorce have lower levels of happiness and more psychological distress compared to married individuals. Divorce can bring up new conflicts between couples that cause more tension than when they were married.

How do you know when your marriage is over? ›

Here are seven signs from experts that a Carmel family law attorney believes mean a marriage might be over.
  1. Lack of Sexual Intimacy. ...
  2. Frequently Feeling Angry with Your Spouse. ...
  3. Dreading Spending Alone-Time Together. ...
  4. Lack of Respect. ...
  5. Lack of Trust. ...
  6. Disliking Your Spouse. ...
  7. Visions of the Future Do Not Include Your Spouse.
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How do you know it's time to leave your marriage? ›

"If you're no longer spending any time together, if one or both partners is spending all their time at work, with friends, online — and if feels like a relief not to be with each other — it's a sign that you've already disengaged from the marriage."

What age does divorce not affect kids? ›

“Probably the only ages where you would say it has no meaningful impact is under two,” he explains. That's largely connected to a child's developing cognitive abilities before 3 years old. “Even 2-year-olds have memory, so they're aware of the change on an emotional level rather than a cognitive level.

What percentage of men cheat? ›

Research from the past two decades shows that between 20 and 25 percent of married men cheat and between 10 and 15 percent of married women cheat, according to professor Nicholas Wolfinger. Read more here.

Who lives longer married or single? ›

Results show that the people who lived the longest were those who stayed single and those who stayed married. Those who divorced, including those who divorced and remarried, had shorter lives. What mattered was consistency, not marital status, and there were no sex differences.

Who suffers more in a divorce? ›

Statistics show that while women initiate divorce almost twice the rate that men do, women are also much more likely to greatly struggle financially after divorce. This is particularly true if children are involved.

What is the number one cause of divorce money? ›

Money arguments are the second leading cause of divorce, behind infidelity. High levels of debt and poor communication lead to stress and anxiety when it comes to finances. Nearly half of couples with $50,000 or more in debt say money is their top reason for arguing. Nearly 2/3 of all marriages start in debt.

What is the biggest reason for divorce? ›

Leading Causes of Divorce in the United States
  • Marital Infidelity. Different couples may respond to marital infidelity in different ways. ...
  • Financial Disagreements. ...
  • Weight Gain. ...
  • Lack of Intimacy. ...
  • Lack of Equality. ...
  • Lack of Preparation. ...
  • Poor Communication. ...
  • Addiction.

What is the average length of marriage? ›

What is the average length of marriage? On average, the length of a marriage in the U.S. is seven to eight years. Some states have a higher rate than others, but the divorce rate for the country is around 50%.

Which gender is happier in marriage? ›

Hu found that reported happiness was higher overall among married people than unmarried people. By gender, 56.2 percent of married men said they were “very happy,” compared with only 39.4 percent of unmarried men who said so. Among women, the figure dropped to 44.9 percent and 35.4 percent respectively.

Who benefits most from marriage? ›

Both men and women benefit from marriage, but men seem to benefit more overall.

Who are the happiest people single or married? ›

Indeed, married people are happier than unmarried people: across nearly five decades of surveys, data from the GSS shows that 36% of people who have ever been married (including divorced, separated, and widowed people) say they are “very happy” while just 11% are “not too happy,” compared to 22% and 15% for people who ...

What year is highest risk of divorce? ›

While there are countless divorce studies with conflicting statistics, the data points to two periods during a marriage when divorces are most common: years 1 – 2 and years 5 – 8. Of those two high-risk periods, there are two years in particular that stand out as the most common years for divorce — years 7 and 8.

What is the average age to remarry? ›

The median age at second marriage is 35.1 for men and 32.7 for women. The remarriage rate for women ages 45 to 64 is half the rate for similarly aged men.

Who is happier after a divorce? ›

During a 20 year period, researchers found that women were happier and more satisfied with their lives after divorce.

Who gets divorced the least? ›

The least likely professionals to get divorced are: Actuaries: 17% Physical scientists: 18.9%

What are the top 3 causes of divorce in the US? ›

According to a recent survey of 191 CDFA professionals from across North America, the three leading causes of divorce are "basic incompatibility" (43%), "infidelity" (28%), and "money issues" (22%).

What state has the fastest divorce? ›

Alaska is notoriously fast at finalizing a divorce. Alaska, Nevada, and South Dakota can usually finalize a divorce in just under two months.


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