Saturday, March 08, 2008

The number of women in their 40s having babies has reached a record high in New Zealand

Are Kiwi women waiting too long for Mr Right?
And a fertility expert says women are delaying motherhood not because they're committed to their jobs, but because they can't find the right man to have children with.
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In the 30-34 age group, for example, 50% of those working fulltime would be childless, while only 12% of part-time workers would have no children.

He believed that apart from the trend towards later conception, there were simply more parents in those age groups available to have babies.
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1 comment:

GottabeMe said...

Damn thos Kiwi women. Why do they have to be so picky? Don't they know that they earlier they start popping out babies, the more they can have? Who wouldn't want to do that?