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South Korea in demographic crisis as many stop having babies

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South Korea's total fertility rate is the world's lowest for the third consecutive year. President Yoon Suk Yeol has ordered policymakers to find more effective steps to deal with the problem. Many young South Koreans say they don't feel an obligation to have a family. They cite uncertainty of job market, expensive housing, gender and social inequality.
Published 2 months ago · Korea, Republic of

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South Korea in demographic crisis as many stop having babies

Many young people in South Korea have chosen not to marry or have children, citing a change of views toward a marriage and family life and uncertainty of their future. The country’s census sh…

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Demographic crisis in South Korea due to low fertility rate

Many young South Koreans have chosen not to have children or not to marry, citing a shift in views toward marriage and family life and the uncertainty of their future.

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