Question: How long did people used to date before marriage?

According to recent data, most couples date for two or more years before getting engaged, with many dating anywhere from two to five years. Once the question is popped, the average length of engagement is between 12 and 18 months.

How long did people wait before getting married?

And even today, most age groups date for an average of five years before tying the knot. But not Millennials. According to the report, those between the ages of 25 and 34 knew each other for an average of six and a half years before marrying.

How long do Millennials date before getting married?

According to new research, millennials are taking their sweet time to tie the knot. An eHarmony report on 2,084 long-term, heterosexual couples between the ages of 25 and 34 years old says that Americans are waiting an average of six and a half years before saying I do. The reason for their extended courtship?

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