University of Warwick - Surviving splitsville

March 4, 2010

A study of university students has found that they normally emerge unscathed from the recent divorce of their parents. Economists at the University of Warwick measured the productivity and happiness levels of 0 undergraduates, finding that the children of recently divorced couples performed the same or even slightly better than their peers. Eugenio Proto, one of the researchers, said: "Although parents worry about divorcing around the years that their children go to university, our tests suggests those children turn out to be just as happy as other students."

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