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Gen Z and Millennials actually don’t need to be convinced to have children. 

Jan 19 2023

Gen Z and Millennials actually don’t need to be convinced to have children. According to new research from Ohio State University, “women born in 1995-1999 [want] to have 2.1 children on average [at] 20-24 years old – essentially the same as the 2.2 children that women born in 1965-1969 wanted at the same age.” But the total rate of fertility in the U.S. is the lowest it’s been since the ‘70s, suggesting that young adults are having a more of a difficult time achieving their goals of having children. While young people want to have children, most are putting it off until their mid-thirties, and may find it more difficult to conceive. On the other hand, while they want to have children, many are worried about the state of the economy and / or climate. YPulse’s Millennial Parenting report shows that 57% of Millennial parents agree: “I wish I could have more kids, but I can’t afford it.” (Medical.net)