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Worldwide, fertility rates have fallen drastically, and almost half of the countries in the world do not have enough children to maintain their size.Half of the children are born to womenWorldwide drastically fertility rate decreased between 1950 and 2017 - according to a new study published in The Lancet medical journal that almost half of the countries in the world are no longer enough children to maintain the size of the population. By 2017, the fertility rate had almost halved to 2.4 children.
Foreign differences between countriesThe differences between the individual countries are Iranian. An average of 7.1 in West African Niger and one in Cyprus in the eastern basin of the Mediterranean, women are born - reports the BBC. (In countries with a high childhood mortality rate, the minimum number of births required to maintain the population is much higher.) At the beginning of the study period, that is, in 1950, no country in the world belonged to this category. in half the countries of the world the fertility rate does not reach the level required for maintenancethat is, the rate of depletion in these countries, "he said Christopher MurrayProfessor at the University of Washington.In the more economically advanced countries, most European countries, North America, South Korea and Austria, the productive rates are lower. This does not mean that there is a decrease in the population in these countries, at least not yet, since the size of a population is determined by birth and mortality rates, as well as by migration. It can take up to a generation before changes in fertility rates begin to affect their effects. The termйkenysйgi rбta csцkkenйsйnek nothing kцze about the spermaszбmhoz or termйkenysйggel felmerьlх egyйb tйnyezхkhцz but hбrom fх pillйrhez kцthetх: szьlnek the nхk fewer children due to lower childhood halбlozбs, kцnnyebben hozzбfйrhetхek the fogamzбsgбtlу mуdszerek are tovбbbб growing arбnyban present oktatбsban the nхk йs in the labor market.George LeesonHowever, according to the director of the Oxford Institute of Population Aging, which deals with rapid aging, it does not have to be an absolute bad thing if society as a whole is capable of adapting to major demographic changes. Workers will need to introduce a number of changes and rethink the resting practice - currently maximized at the age of 68 in the UK - Researchers also point out that, while making the change can be a great can be a nature tested by humanity.
- Fewer have more children
- It turned out that they are not the ones the government hopes will be born
- From now on, they can allow more children to be born