Several studies have shown that certain factors can affect your odds of walking down the aisle. Education is one of them. According to a study by the Pew Research Center in the US, marriage rates are highest among degree holders and lowest among those who only finished high school.

Aside from your education, your age also plays a big role when it comes to marriage. As you slowly reach your mid-30s, the pool of bachelors gets smaller and smaller. Your location can be a factor, too. A study published in the New York Times says those who live in urban places are less likely to marry than those who live in less-populated areas.

What do you think of these stats, FNites? Do you find them to be true? Let us know in the comments below!

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