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Fertility of foreign-born women in Minnesota

Extent: 5p., 125KB, PDF 5.0
Description: Examines birth rates of foreign-born mothers
Date: January 1, 2003
Subject(s): Demography; Immigration; Births; Children; Human fertility; Races;
Creator(s): Minnesota Planning (Agency). Office of the State Demographer
Publisher: Minnesota Planning (Agency).
Contact: Susan Brower, 651-201-2472; State Demographer

Fertility differences between foreign-born and native-born women in Minnesota are significant because they could affect future births and school enrollments. As the immigrant population grows, new arrivals are having a major influence on emerging demographic trends. This report summarizes basic information about fertility differences between immigrant and native-born women.

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