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The Dramatic Increase in Single-parent and Single-person Households

According to a report by Euromonitor International, the number of single-parent households is expected to grow by 8-10% over the next decade, reaching about 30% of all households with children by 2030. This trend is driven by various factors, such as rising divorce rates, cohabitation, remarriages, and step-families. Single-parent families may face higher risks of poverty, social exclusion, and lower well-being than other family types. Therefore, policies that support single-parent families, such as adequate income support, affordable childcare, flexible work arrangements, and parental leave, are essential to ensure their economic and social security.
Projections of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) also reveal that single-person households are expected to make up around 40% or more of all households in several OECD countries by 2025-2030, including Germany, Norway, Switzerland, Austria, England, France, and the Netherlands. 

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