SourcesMish's Global Economic Trend Analysis: Housing Headwinds: US Birthrate Lowest in 25 Years as Twenty-Somethings Postpone Having Babies
All News on 'The Twitter Times: felixsalmon': As bad economy lingers, prospects of an echo baby boom weaken – USATODAY.com
Binyamin Appelbaum: RT @davidmwessel: With lousy economy, Americans put off having kids. Birthrate at 25 year low. http://t.co/xfNo8dg3
David Wessel: With lousy economy, Americans put off having kids. Birthrate at 25 year low. http://t.co/6QJFkygj via @USATODAY
"A middle-income family will spend $235,000 (or $295,560 if adjusted for projected inflation) to raise a child from birth to age 17"