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In other words, the proportions of births to immigrant women have fallen and are now below replacement In South Korea, a baby boom occurred in the aftermath of the Korean War, and the government subsequently encouraged people to have no more than two children per couple
It will remain strong in most Catholic countries, notably Ireland and Spain, but has essentially ground to a halt in Protestant Europe and in France, and will falter in Northwestern Europe by mid-century Many couples still live with their parents, and the older generation expects women to stay at home, take care of children, and do house chores

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In order to alleviate or prevent eyestrain, the recommends that people limit screen time, take frequent breaks, adjust the screen brightness, change the background from bright colors to gray, increase text sizes, and blinking more often.

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A 2016 report from the Ministry of Labor, Invalids, and Social Affairs stated that Vietnam became one of the fasting aging societies on Earth in 2015
This condition is characterized by numbness or tingling in the hand caused by a pinched nerve Overall, births fell for Asians, blacks, Hispanics, and whites but remained stable for native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders
It had a three-year annualized standard deviation of 10 Researchers and popular media use the early 2010s as starting birth years and the mid-2020s as ending birth years

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Known as the or SNU, it is a compulsory civic service.

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The government is also considering immigration policies that attract highly skilled workers from other countries, and to make English an official language
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Israel therefore had nothing short of a baby boom, comparable to what the United States experienced after World War II
For men, the corresponding numbers were 77 The crises also led to increased child malnourishment and increased mortality, especially in poorer countries
Falling fertility rates in England and Wales have been part of a continuing trend since the late twentieth century, with 1977 and 1992-2002 the only years where these jurisdictions had lower fertility rates on record Below-replacement-level fertility rates could lead to labor shortages in the future

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Economist Ren Zeping of Evergrande calculated that between 2013 and 2028, the number of Chinese women between the ages of 20 and 35 would drop by 30%.

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In rural areas, children can be considered an asset, that is, additional labor
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Among the major religious groups, only Muslims 70% and Christians 34% are above this threshold and as such would have a higher share of the global population than they do now, especially Muslims