The Wall Street Journal highlights projections from the U.S. Fertility Forecast™ in it’s article “Baby Lull Promises Growing Pains for Economy.” The slow rebound in post-recession birth rates is creating challenges for businesses and long-term government programs. One specific prediction mentioned in the article is that the total fertility rate will not go above 1.9 babies per woman for the next five years or longer. Read the full article here.
WSJ Article highlights U.S. Fertility Forecast Projections
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