The total fertility rate in Guam saw no significant changes in 2020 in comparison to the previous year 2019 and remained at around 2.28 children per woman. But still, the fertility rate reached its lowest value of the observation period in 2020.
Total fertility rates refer to the average number of children that a woman of childbearing age (generally considered 15 to 44 years) can expect to have throughout her reproductive years. Unlike birth rates, which are based on the actual number of live births in a given population, fertility rates are hypothetical (similar to life expectancy), as they assume that current patterns in age-specific fertility will remain constant throughout a woman's reproductive years. Find more statistics on other topics about Guam with key insights such as crude birth rate, total life expectancy at birth, and death rate.
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