40-44 Age Group Case Study

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The given table shows information about the changes in the number of children that Australian women in 40-44 age group had between 1981 and 2006. It can be clearly seen from the chart that there was a tendency towards fewer offspring and that having two children was the most popular choice. In the given period, over half of 40-44 year old Australia women gave birth to two to three kids. Although the percentage of women who were mother of two went up over time, there was a gradual decrease in the proportion of those who had gone into labor three times. The 1981-1986 period witnessed the most significant increase in the percentage of women in their early 40s who had given birth to 2 kids (29% to 35.6%). This figure then increased to 38.3% in

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