Childlessness falls, family size grows among highly educated women

This report by the PEW Research Center examines childlessness among American women, as well as the size of their families once they have reached the end of their childbearing years. It includes data on childlessness trends among highly educated women, the number of children in an average American family, and takes a close look at the relation between family size and educational background.

  • Language: English
  • Released: May 2015
  • Source(s): Pew Research Center
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