U.S. News and World Report, December 25, 1989
- Families in 2000 will average 1.81 children, down from 1.84 today.
- Some 60 percent of kids born in the &ls;80s will live for a time with one parent;
- One kid in four will live with a stepparent by age 16.
- One third of all households will be childless. . .
- Supporting a teenager still at home will cost $12,000 a year against $7,000 now.
- Kids who head to college in 2000 will need upwards of $100,000 for each bachelor's degree.