The ONS has reported before that the mean age at marriage in 2012 was 36.
What does MAM stand for?
MAM stands for Mean Age at Marriage (statistic)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
They said that Nordic countries and Western Europe rank among the highest for mean age at marriage at above 30 years.
Use of FP was also more likely among women in communities where the mean age at marriage was higher, the education differential was smaller, the prevalence of polygyny was lower, and women's mean social status was higher.
Similar to participation in spouse selection, mean age at marriage has also increased over time.
The census found the mean age at marriage for men is 24.
The singulate mean age at marriage of females in 1961 was 16 and is above 22 years today.
Consequently, the age of marriage was unusually high in Iceland in the nineteenth century; toward the end of the century the mean age at marriage for grooms was 30.
In 2008 the provisional mean age at marriage for never-married men was 32.