Childbearing by socio-economic status and country of birth of mother: 2014

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Great Britain. Office for National Statistics
Office for National Statistics
Date of publication
27 October 2016
Families, Health Services
Social welfare
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This article explores the relationship between the socio-economic status of women and their fertility and, in particular, examines how this differs for UK born women compared with non-UK born women.

How is a woman’s socio-economic status associated with her childbearing outcomes?

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