Survey Says: Around 50% Of Bachelors Under 30 In Japan Have No Plans To Have Children

News Asia 360
ByNews Asia 360

A recent survey by a pharmaceutical firm showed that about 50% of unmarried people under 30 in Japan have no interest in having children, with economic concerns and the burden of childbirth and parenting cited as reasons. This comes after government data revealed that the number of babies born in the country last year dropped below 800,000 for the first time since records began in 1899.

Rohto Pharmaceutical Co’s survey found that 49.4% of the 400 respondents between 18 and 29 years old have no interest in having children, the highest percentage in the past three years.

The survey also revealed that men (53%) are more likely than women (45.6%) to cite economic concerns and anxiety about the country’s future.

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