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Scientists Predict Birthrates, Marriage, Gender Roles Will Change Dramatically in Post-Pandemic World — University of California – Los Angeles

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As marriage rates plummet and people postpone reproduction in a virus-plagued world, some nations’ populations will shrink and fall precipitously below “replacement level,” the authors write. These birthrate drops, in turn, can have cascading social and economic consequences, affecting job opportunities, straining the ability of countries to provide a safety net for their aging populations and potentially leading to global economic contraction.…Economic growth is correlated with population growth. SciTEchDailyScientists Predict Birthrates, Marriage, Gender Roles Will Change Dramatically in Post-Pandemic WorldUniversity of California - Los AngelesSee alsoTwo researchers claim that a single number they call the “political stress indicator” can warn when societies are at risk of erupting

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As marriage rates plummet and people postpone reproduction in a virus-plagued world, some nations’ populations will shrink and fall precipitously below “replacement level,” the authors write. These birthrate drops, in turn, can have cascading social and economic consequences, affecting job opportunities, straining the ability of countries to provide a safety net for their aging populations and potentially leading to global economic contraction.…

Economic growth is correlated with population growth. 

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Scientists Predict Birthrates, Marriage, Gender Roles Will Change Dramatically in Post-Pandemic World
University of California - Los Angeles

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