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Half of babies born to mothers over 30: Newborns will soon be more likely to have a mother over 35 than under 25

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women live longer than men having kids later i dont see the impact but waiting later women might have more difficulty getting pregnant ideal age 16 to 18 i think
It may be a socioeconomic problem. The younger a woman has offspring, the earlier they will be in the workforce contributing to the system that will support her and her generation. The government will lose a decade of potential taxes for the late arrivals, leaving the pensioners benefits with a deficit. Like virtually every action taken by government, it all comes down to money. 
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