Share of left-behind children in China 2010, by age group and gender

Share of migrant worker children growing up away from their parents in China in 2010, by age group and gender

Share of left-behind children in China 2010, by age group and gender This statistic shows the share of migrant worker children growing up away from their parents in China in 2010, by age group and gender. The 6th National Population Census of the Republic of China concluded that 45.9 percent of rural children until the age of 17 who grow up without their parents were female.
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Share of migrant worker children growing up away from their parents in China in 2010, by age group and gender

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MaleFemaleTotal
0 to 5 years20.97%17.39%38.37%
6 to 11 years17.37%14.65%32.01%
12 to 14 years8.71%7.61%16.3%
15 to 177.04%6.3%13.32%
0 to 17 years54.08%45.92%100%
MaleFemaleTotal
0 to 5 years20.97%17.39%38.37%
6 to 11 years17.37%14.65%32.01%
12 to 14 years8.71%7.61%16.3%
15 to 177.04%6.3%13.32%
0 to 17 years54.08%45.92%100%
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This statistic shows the share of migrant worker children growing up away from their parents in China in 2010, by age group and gender. The 6th National Population Census of the Republic of China concluded that 45.9 percent of rural children until the age of 17 who grow up without their parents were female.
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