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Fertility rate by age in France 1995-2016

Fertility rate in France from 1995 to 2016, by age group (per 100 women)

Fertility rate by age in France 1995-2016 This statistic presents the total fertility rate in France from 1995 to 2016, by age group (per 100 women). It appears that since the mid-2000s, women were having children later. In 2000, the average number of children born per 100 women aged 25-29 years was of 13.42 compared to 11.65 children per 100 women aged 30-34 years. And in 2016, the age group between 30 and 34 years had the highest fertility rate, with 12.85 children born per 100 women.
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Fertility rate in France from 1995 to 2016, by age group (per 100 women)

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This statistic presents the total fertility rate in France from 1995 to 2016, by age group (per 100 women). It appears that since the mid-2000s, women were having children later. In 2000, the average number of children born per 100 women aged 25-29 years was of 13.42 compared to 11.65 children per 100 women aged 30-34 years. And in 2016, the age group between 30 and 34 years had the highest fertility rate, with 12.85 children born per 100 women.
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