When it comes to childbearing, what do Chinese urban women care about?

As China's birth rate continues to decline, fertility issues have become the focus of social attention; COSMO teamed up with Number 100 to explore the real feedback of Chinese urban women on childbearing through different dimensions.
  • Women of childbearing age between 15 and 49 years old have a long life, and their understanding and attitude towards childbearing will also change in stages; the resulting discussion seems to make childbearing and self-maintenance a binary opposition. Make women not only the subject of choice, but also an object in a certain sense.
  • After China gradually liberalized the multi-child policy, so far, there is no authoritative research to prove that childless women in China have more advantages and can enter higher management levels; and in in-depth interviews, many companies emphasized that childbearing is a woman In the process...

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