Families in Singapore (Past) VS Families in Singapore (Present) …
Families in Singapore (Past)
Families in Singapore (Present)
Many singaporean state that they have not been
spending enough time with their family because
they are all working Long hours almost every day.
This applies mainly to chidlren who have working
parents at home who comes home late at night..
Depending on the SE status of the family.
If the family’s SE status is low, they
would not be able to afford better
education for their children.
Their children does not have
conducive learning environment at home.
If the family’s SE status is higher, the
children can get better education. They
will also get a better learning environment
at home at also in school.
Household income has increased from
$8846 in 2016 to $9023 in 2017
Inter-ethnic marriages have
been increasing, from 15.4 %
in 2006 to 21.5% in 2016.
Of all marriages that involve
1 Singaporean, the rate
decreased from 30% in 2011
to 27% in 2015.
Marriage and divorce rate
Divorce rate in Singapore has
been increasing since the 1980s. There has been more people getting divorce these current years.
Marriage rate has been increasing
since 2000 with some drop of the
rate within the years.
Birth rate of singapore has been
decreasing. In 2017 it declined to 1.16 ,
making the lowest since 1.15 in 2010.
Household family structure
Married couples without
children have gone up by
3% over the same duration.
Nuclear families have fallen from
56% in 2000 to 49% in 2014
In 2009, the average family size is
approx. 3.49. However, it
decreases to 3.35 in 2016.