This document is authorized for use only by KYLE MATTICE in MGT 509 Spring 2015-1 taught by Keith Yurgosky, University of Scranton from March 2015 to August 2015.

This document is authorized for use only by KYLE MATTICE in MGT 509 Spring 2015-1 taught by Keith Yurgosky, University of Scranton from March 2015 to August 2015.
For the exclusive use of K. MATTICE, 2015.
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Exhibit 5
eHarmony
Percent Reaching Stated Anniversary, by Marriage Cohort and Gender: 2001
Sex and year of marriage
Anniversary1
Number of marriages
(In thousands)
5th 10th 15th 20th 25th 30th 35th 40th
First Marriages
Men
1955 to 1959
1960 to 1964
1965 to 1969
1970 to 1974
1975 to 1979
1980 to 1984
1985 to 1989
1990 to 1994
4,100
5,033
6,357
7,436
7,109
7,606
8,048
7,718
96
94
93
90
89
90
88
90
90
82
78
73
72
75
75
82
71
68
61
63
66
76
66
62
56
58
72
62
58
53
69
60
55
66
58
64
Women
1955 to 1959
1960 to 1964
1965 to 1969
1970 to 1974
1975 to 1979
1980 to 1984
1985 to 1989
1990 to 1994
5,162
5,714
7,138
8,176
7,852
8,448
8,299
7,967
94
94
91
88
85
87
87
87
87
84
78
70
68
72
75
79
73
66
60
59
64
73
67
59
54
53
67
61
56
49
64
57
52
59
53
54
Second Marriages
Men
1975 to 1979
1980 to 1984
1985 to 1989
1990 to 1994
1,985
2,544
2,881
2,834
91
91
90
89
81
72
72
58
55
49
Women
1975 to 1979
1980 to 1984
1985 to 1989
1990 to 1994
2,187
2,703
3,008
3,126
86
89
87
87
76
71
68
56
55
47
Source: Rose M. Kreider, “Number, Timing, and Duration of Marriages and Divorces: 2001: Household Economic Studies,”
U.S. Census Bureau, February 2005, pp. 70–97, http://www.census.gov/prod/2005pubs/p70-97.pdf, accessed
November 2007.
1 People reaching stated anniversary for the specified marital order.
Note: Limited to spouses surviving the interview date.