Interacial dating marriage
When young people get a job, they still only make less than 2 million won a month. I can’t speak for the people who have rich parents and get a place from them, but for the rest of us, it’s not easy to save up jeonse for a place before turning 35. Young people finding work, the state of the national economy, an economy that revolves around large corporations – get married when the economy gives back to regular people and there is more support for raising children. In my 20’s, I started hearing that a double-income is basically required.
And then, unlike our parent’s generation, there’s the expectation that we should get a place separate from our parents, and have a steady job, or women won’t marry us. Now I enter my 30’s and all I hear is that even with two incomes, it’s too hard [to support a family], so no one wants to get married. Humans want to recreate out of a natural desire to pass down their own DNA.
On the 21st, Statistics Korea released the results of their 2014 Social Survey, which asked women and men over the age of 13 about their views on marriage.
The rate of respondents choosing “Marriage is good, but not getting married is okay too,” reached 38.9%, 5.3% higher than the results from the 2012 survey.
Nearly the same amount of Koreans [who feel marriage is unnecessary] also held neutral opinions on divorce.
The 2014 survey revealed 39.9% of respondents felt that “[Divorce] is something I may or may not do.” It’s such bullshit to hear people say, “oh if you live alone, then when you’re old how will you live? When you’re old, 90% of your loneliness isn’t from having no kids, it’s from having no money. When I was a teenager, you could get married and one spouse could make enough to support the family.
Another topic, divorce, was also covered in the same survey.
Throughout the years the MAPN has established itself as one of the main stakeholders in local Mental Health; at European level, the MAPN is co-founder of the European Psychiatric Nurses Association (HORATIO) and has been recognized as an important contributor in the movement for improved recognition for Psychiatric Mental Health Nurses. This minor increase should reflect and contribute towards the increased expenses that our growing association is facing.We tried to keep this increase as minimal as possible; hence the increase is just €2 per year.