The Ministry of Social and Family Development earlier this month published a landmark study on the long-term effects of divorce on children.
Compared with peers whose parents remained married, these children were less likely to have graduated from university, earned less and had lower Central Provident Fund balances at age 35. They were also more likely to be unmarried or divorced.
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