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Jalisco women work more and have fewer children

Guadalajara Jalisco.- while the profession Jalisco Women in Productive Activities and his schooling they are growing, your fertility rate has…

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Guadalajara Jalisco.- while the profession Jalisco Women in Productive Activities and his schooling they are growing, your fertility rate has dropped,

from an economic point of view, Nearly half of all mothers combine homework with a formal jobhighlighted the Institute of Statistical and Geographical Information of Jalisco (IIEG) through a statement.

The census of population and housing carried out by the National Institute of Statistical Information and Geography (Inegi) in 2020 showed that the unit inhabited 3 lakh 571 thousand 466 people of female gender of reproductive ageConsidered 12 years old.

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Of them, 65.7 percent have been mothers at least once, representing 2 million 345 thousand 160 women.

The National Survey of Occupation and Employment (ENOE), presented by INEGI in March 2022, found that 43.6 percent are financially active with a job or business of their own,

86.5 percent (1 lakh 144 thousand 513 mothers) out of 56.4 percent unemployed He announced that he devoted himself to household chores, 91,966 (6.9 percent) are pensioners or retirees; 0.6 percent (8,535) claimed to be physically unable to function; Another 0.6 percent indicated a preference for the study.

In 2011, ENOE reported that 40 percent of Jalisco’s women were employed.

The labor profession of women in Jalisco represents increase in school gradesWhich affects the low fertility rate, as published by INEGI in September 2021.

The low age of first pregnancy corresponds to a low level of education. Two years ago, 76 percent of new moms in our country hadn’t finished high school; 67 percent of them were under the age of 30,

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Only 54.1 percent of mothers in Jalisco are married; 13.2 percent live in free association; 10.5 percent are unmarried, 7.2 have experienced divorce or separation, and 12.3 percent are widows.

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