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It was lowest in Estonia (9%), Costa Rica (10%), Cyprus (10%), Japan (10%), Ireland (10%) and the United Kingdom (12%), while it was highest in Norway (22%), Spain (23%), Sweden (24%), Romania (25%) and the United States (25%).These numbers were not provided for Canada, Australia or New Zealand.Women, ages 15–24, were more likely to live in a low socio-economic area, have one child, and not to have completed their senior year of high school.These women reported to be in the two lowest income areas, and their mental health was much poorer than those in higher income areas.Divorce was generally rare historically (although this depends by culture and era), and divorce especially became very difficult to obtain after the fall of the Roman Empire, in Medieval Europe, due to strong involvement of ecclesiastical courts in family life (though annulment and other forms of separation were more common).Among all households in OECD countries in 2011, the proportion of single-parent households was in 3-11% the range, with an average of 7.5%.
As a contrast, children in a shared parenting arrangement that live approximately equal amount of time with their divorced mother and father have about the same well-being as children from intact families and better outcomes than children with only one custodial parent.
Over 9.5 million American families are run by one woman.
Single mothers are likely to have mental health issues, financial hardships, live in a low income area, and receive low levels of social support.
In 2016/17, the proportion of children living in a single-parent household varied between 6% and 28% in the different OECD countries, with an OECD country average of 17%.
It was lowest in Turkey (2015, 6%), Greece (8%), Croatia (8%) and Poland (10%), while it was highest in France (23%), United Kingdom (23%), Belgium (25%), Lithuania (25%), United States (27%) and Latvia (28%). Among children living in a single-parent household, most live primarily with their mother, others primarily with their father, while other children have a shared parenting arrangement where they spend an approximately equal amount of time with their two parents.Single parenthood has been common historically due to parental mortality rate due to disease, wars and maternal mortality.