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France 2009: Mean age at childbearing reaches 30 years

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Despite the economic crisis, fertility in France remains high, with 1.98 children per woman on average in 2009, compared with 1.99 in 2008. Age at childbearing continues to increase, and women who gave birth in 2008 were aged 30.0 years on average, versus 29.9 in 2008. Over the last century, age at maternity has become more concentrated around the mean, as the number of large families has de clined. The trend towards later childbearing is common to all developed countries. In Europe, the age at childbearing is highest in the Netherlands, Ireland and Italy.

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  • Gilles Pison, 2010. "France 2009: Mean age at childbearing reaches 30 years," Population and Societies 465, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED).
  • Handle: RePEc:idg:posoce:465
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