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It's Not Women's Careers that Delay Children, Says Study

Herald Sun,  Nov 8, 2011

A study published this month in the Journal of Population Health found most women aged between 30 and 34 want to have children, but could not for reasons often out of their control. It dispelled the image of hordes of "selfish" women deferring children for their careers. Only 20 of the 569 Australian women surveyed by Jean Hailes for Women's Health researchers said they did not want to have any children.

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