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Casual employment is linked to women being childless by the age of 35

20 November 2013

Women who have worked in temporary jobs are less likely to have had their first child by the age of 35, according to research published online in Europe’s leading reproductive medicine journal Human Reproduction. The study shows that the longer women spent in casual employment, the more likely they were to be childless when they were 35.

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