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94. Women Who Have Had a Child in the Last Year, by Age and Labor Force Status

[As of June. Covers civilian noninstitutional population. Since the number of women who had a birth during the 12-month period was tabulated and not the actual numbers of births, some small underestimation of fertility for this period may exist due to the omission of: (1) Multiple births, (2) Two or more live births spaced within the 12-month period (the woman is counted only once), (3) Women who had births in the period and who did not survive to the survey date, (4) Women who were in institutions and therefore not in the survey universe. These losses may be somewhat offset by the inclusion in the CPS of births to immigrants who did not have their children born in the United States and births to nonresident women. These births would not have been recorded in the vital registration system. Based on Current Population Survey (CPS); see text, section 1 and Appendix III]

 
Total, 18 to 44 years old 18 to 29 years old 30 to 44 years old
Year In the labor force In the labor force In the labor force
Number Number Number Number Number Number
(1,000) (1,000) Percent (1,000) (1,000) Percent (1,000) (1,000) Percent
 
1980 3,247 1,233 38 2,476 947 38 770 287 37
1981 3,381 1,411 42 2,499 1,004 40 881 407 46
1982 3,433 1,508 44 2,445 1,040 43 988 469 48
1983 3,625 1,563 43 2,682 1,138 42 942 425 45
1984 3,311 1,547 47 2,375 1,058 45 936 489 52
 
1985 3,497 1,691 48 2,512 1,204 48 984 488 50
1986 3,625 1,805 50 2,452 1,185 48 1,174 620 53
1987 3,701 1,881 51 2,521 1,258 50 1,180 623 53
1988 3,667 1,866 51 2,384 1,177 49 1,283 688 54
 
1990 1 3,913 2,068 53 2,568 1,275 50 1,346 793 59
1992 1 3,688 1,985 54 2,346 1,182 50 1,342 802 60
1994 1 3,890 2,066 53 2,389 1,209 51 1,501 857 57
1995 1 3,696 2,034 55 2,252 1,150 51 1,444 884 61
1998 1 3,671 2,155 59 (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X)



X Not applicable. 1 Lower age limit is 15 years old.

Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, Current Population Reports, P20-470; and unpublished data. http://www.census.gov/population/www/socdemo/fertility.html



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These tables are based on figures supplied by the United States Census Bureau, U.S. Department of Commerce and are subject to revision by the Census Bureau.

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