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Highly Qualified Women Have Problems to Reconcile Family and Work

The better women who live in Germany are educated, the more often they remain childless, regardless of whether they are German or have a migration background. This is the conclusion of a study made by the Federal Institute of Population Research (BiB) which has compared the difference in fertility of women having Turkish roots and women without migration background. More: Highly Qualified Women Have Problems to Reconcile Family and Work …

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04 Feb 2016

Diplomats’ Quality of Life: The Role of Risk Factors and Coping Resources

In a new article published in the International Journal of Intercultural Relations, researchers from the BiB and the German Foreign Office analysed the influencing factors for diplomats’ quality of life. More: Diplomats’ Quality of Life: The Role of Risk Factors and Coping Resources …

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15 Jan 2016

Volunteer Work among 55 to 70-Year-Olds in Germany

In a new article published in the current issue of the Zeitschrift für Gerontologie und Geriatrie Frank Micheel from the BiB analyses volunteer work and potential volunteer work among Germans aged 55 to 70 years. More: Volunteer Work among 55 to 70-Year-Olds in Germany …

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15 Dec 2015

Comparative Population Studies 4/2015 available

The new issue of our scientific journal CPoS has been released. It presents new results on life expectancy, migration, living arrangements and fertility. More: Comparative Population Studies 4/2015 available …

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11 Dec 2015

Education and Reproduction in Low-Fertility Settings

At the international conference on "Education and Reproduction in Low-Fertility Settings" of the Vienna Institute of Demography from 2-4 December 2015, Dr. Martin Bujard presented new insights on the correlation of education and childlessness. More: Education and Reproduction in Low-Fertility Settings …

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