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If we look at the children who are the first child of both the mother and the father, the share born out of wedlock is even higher at over 60 percent.Sweden has had a gender-neutral marriage law since 2009.In addition to the population increase, the increasing trend in the number of children born is because it has become more common to have a third child.
At the end of 2011, about 46 percent of the population lived in a consensual union regardless if they were married or not.
Nearly 70 percent of the people in these relationships were married or registered partners in a same-sex marriage.
It is also more common to get married in Sweden compared with the rest of the EU.
The latest available crude divorce rate for all 28 member states of the EU is 4.2 (2011).
If we go back to the year 2000, the fertility rate in Sweden was 1.54, thus comparable to the average for the EU countries in 2013.
The trend in recent decades is that women in Sweden, like in the rest of the EU, wait longer to start a family.Between 20 the number of marriages increased, and this was followed by an increasing number of divorces 2005 and afterwords.The number of divorces per 1000 inhabitants, that is the crude divorce rate, increased from 2.2 in 2005 to 2.8 in 2013. If we look at all the EFTA countries as well as the candidate countries and potential candidate countries for EU membership, the crude divorce rate was below 2.5.If we look at the population of those over age 20, a total of 43.9 percent were married.Women are on average younger than men when they marry for the first time. In the last three decades the figure has fluctuated between 20 000 and 25 000 divorces per year, with a few exceptions.But in Sweden it is also common to live in the same household in a marriage-like form, but without being married.In the beginning of 2011, a total of 1.3 million people aged 20 or older lived together with another person without being married.Even though it is becoming more common for children to be born out of wedlock in the rest of Europe, Sweden still takes the lead.Iin 2013, 54.4 percent of the children were born unto an unmarried mother, compared to the EU average of roughly 40 percent.The mean age for persons marrying for the first time was 33.0 years for women and 35.7 years for men. Since 2000 the mean age for marriage for women as well as men has increased by nearly three years. On average, marriages that end in divorce last eleven years in Sweden, but many divorces occur after four – five years.Looking back to the 1960s we see that the mean age for marriage has increased by about ten years. When marriage becomes more common it will thus be more common to divorce after several years.