X

Women Are Having Children Later Than Ever Before. Here’s Why

My latest article for New York Post: "The Baby Blocker: Why are increasingly college-educated women have children later in life? Blame men." is on why women are becoming mothers later than ever before in recorded U.S. Census Fertility Report history.

More than half of women leave their 20's before giving birth. And over 30 percent remain childless in their early thirties. And yet, women are always to blame as so-called "delayers," "career women," or as naive about their fertility. Research points the finger in different direction.

Here's the article: http://nyp.st/2pJyUhl

  • Peter

    On the bright side, White men, (because that’s who formerly made up the vast majority of white collar workers), are now achieving equality with their Black and Hispanic brothers re income and social status. You should be celebrating this step forward for racial equality. And what is so great about marriage anyway? I’m old enough to remember being lectured that marriage was “just a piece of paper” while simultaneously being the oppressive tool of the patriarchy. Guess I can’t keep up with fashion.

Contact

Connect with Melanie Notkin

Keep in touch

Contact Melanie Notkin or her representatives below:

For general press inquiries:
press@melanienotkin.com

Bulk or special co-branded copies of the book:
Info@MelanieNotkin.com

Speaking:
Info@MelanieNotkin.com

Literary Agent: Jennifer Joel, ICM Partners JJoel@icmpartners.com

Book to TV & Film Agent: Josie Freedman, ICM Partners JFreedman@icmpartners.com

Savvy Auntie Coolest Toy Award Seal usage rights: For all licensing and permission requests or for more information of the "Savvy Auntie Coolest Toy Awards" Seal - Wright’s Media is the only authorized company that we’ve partnered with for the Savvy Auntie Coolest Toy Awards program. Please contact Wright’s Media at
SavvyAuntie@Wrightsmedia.com

For licensing and permission requests or for more information for the Savvy Auntie®, PANK®, Otherhood®, Auntie's Day® brands and brand assets, please contact Stacey Reiner at Remarkable Brands:
stacey@remarkablebrandsinc.com