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Divorce and Disability Benefit Receipt Among Men in Later Life

July 2016
Table equivalent for chart: Fixed-Effects Estimates of Disability Receipt (DI or SSI) for Men Following a 1975–1984 Divorce Relative to Married Sample (probabilities)
Years since divorce All divorced
(n = 926)
Not remarried
(n = 142)
Remarried
(n = 784)
1 -0.00186 -0.00670 -0.00083
2 -0.00269 -0.00749 -0.00157
3 -0.00193 -0.00822 -0.00044
4 -0.00288 -0.00902 -0.00135
5 -0.00231 -0.01019 -0.00041
6 -0.00184 -0.00567 -0.00073
7 -0.00271 -0.00707 -0.00147
8 -0.00196 -0.00849 -0.00026
9 -0.00539 -0.00692 -0.00469
10 -0.00449 0.00704 -0.00646
11 -0.00681 0.00456 -0.00876
12 -0.00502 0.00440 -0.00669
13 -0.00201 0.01636 -0.00560
14 0.00265 0.01871 -0.00060
15 0.00330 0.02079 -0.00021
16 0.00281 0.02101 -0.00085
17 0.00090 0.02594 -0.00421
18 0.00955 0.05139 0.00101
19 0.01504 0.08759 0.00050
20 0.01716 0.09913 0.00140
NOTE: Models control for additional educational attainment, age, and calendar year. Sample size consists of 926 divorced men and 2,810 continuously married men.