Tia Francis, 33, with son Jeremiah and husband, Kwesi. Like many women today, she put off childbirth until her 30s. Birthrates for women in their 30s are at a 50-year high.
Tia Francis, 33, with son Jeremiah and husband, Kwesi. Like many women today, she put off childbirth until her 30s. Birthrates for women in their 30s are at a 50-year high. Tim Henderson The Pew Charitable Trusts/TNS
Tia Francis, 33, with son Jeremiah and husband, Kwesi. Like many women today, she put off childbirth until her 30s. Birthrates for women in their 30s are at a 50-year high. Tim Henderson The Pew Charitable Trusts/TNS

Older women having babies may replace immigrants in replenishing the workforce

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