Number of children born to U.S. adults 2011-2015, by education and gender

Mean number of children born to U.S. adults aged 22-44 years as of 2011-2015, by education and gender

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jul 26, 2018
Number of children born to U.S. adults 2011-2015, by education and gender This statistic displays the mean number of children born to U.S. residents aged 22 to 44 years as of 2011-2015, by education and gender. According to the data, among women with no high school diploma the mean number of children born per woman was 2.6.
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Mean number of children born to U.S. adults aged 22-44 years as of 2011-2015, by education and gender

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WomenMen
No high school diploma2.61.8
High school diploma1.91.3
Some college1.40.9
Bachelors's degree or higher10.9
WomenMen
No high school diploma2.61.8
High school diploma1.91.3
Some college1.40.9
Bachelors's degree or higher10.9
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Jul 26, 2018
This statistic displays the mean number of children born to U.S. residents aged 22 to 44 years as of 2011-2015, by education and gender. According to the data, among women with no high school diploma the mean number of children born per woman was 2.6.
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