In some countries, the difference in age between parents and children is generally greater than it was in the past. Do you think the advantages outweigh the disadvantages?
In several parts of the world, the age gap between parents and their offspring is wider than in the past. Despite some inevitable drawbacks related to this trend. I hold the opinion that its merits are much more significant.
On the one hand, the greater age gap between parents and their children has positive effects on children’s growth. First of all, as parents are likely to be in better financial conditions after years of hard work, they can provide their offspring with decent living conditions. To be more specific, they are able to afford children’s education and upbringing that are money-consuming. In addition, parents might be more qualified in raising their children as the age grows. This means that they gain more experience in life and work, making them better prepared for being a parent
On the other hand, the wider age gap between distinct generations leads to different views on an issue. Parents and their children can find difficult to reach agreements; therefore, family conflicts and arguments can arise among members, which leads to collapse and separation in family relationships. To illustrate, children usually place more value in their personal interests when they opt for a job, whereas parents give priority to realistic factors such as salary and stability.
In conclusion, all things considered, I believe that the tendency brings more merits than demerits as it supports the development of children when parents can give them better-living conditions and educate them in a good way.

In several parts of the world, the age gap between parents and their children offspring is wider than in the past. (Paraphrase: In many societies, couples are delaying having their families much longer than in previous generations. Instead of teenage mothers and fathers, they are in their late twenties or early thirties. ) Despite some inevitable drawbacks related to this trend. (fragment, not a sentence.) I hold the opinion that its merits are much more significant.
On the one hand, the greater age gap between parents and their children has positive effects on the children’s growth. First of all, as parents are likely to be in better financial conditions (wrong form) after years of hard work, they can provide their families offspring with decent living conditions. To be more specific, they are able to afford the children’s education, nice clothes, healthy foods and even holidays abroad. and upbringing that are money-consuming. In addition, older parents might be more qualified in raising their children as the age grows. This means that they gain more experience in life and work, making them better prepared for being a parent (missing punctuation)
On the other hand, the wider age gap between distinct generations leads to different views on an issue. Parents and their children can find it difficult to reach agreements; therefore, family conflicts and arguments can arise among members, which leads to collapse and separation in family relationships. To illustrate, (wrong expression) children usually place more value in their personal interests when they opt for a job, whereas parents give priority to realistic factors such as salary and stability.
In conclusion, all things considered, I believe that the tendency waiting to have a family brings more merits than demerits as it supports the development of children when parents can give them better-living (no hyphen) conditions and educate them in a good way.