Adoption Statistics for Men Ages 18–44, 2002
Read about adoption statistics for men ages 18-44, including how many are married at the time of adoption, whether they have other children, how educated they are, and more.
|All men||Ever-married men|
|Characteristic||Number in thousands||Percent||Number in Thousands||Percent|
|Second or later marriage||4,399||8.6||4,399||8.6|
|Ever has a biological child|
|Never had a biological child||26,869||0.6||6,607||2.3|
|One or more biological children||28,530||3.9||24,343||4.2|
|Ever used infertility services2|
|No high school diploma or GED||6,355||2.5||4,037||3.1|
|High school diploma or GED||15,659||4.0||10,793||5.4|
|Some college, no bachelor's degree||13,104||1.8||7,695||3.1|
|Bachelor's degree or higher||11,901||2.0||8,131||2.9|
1. Includes men with missing data on some variables and men of other or multiple race and origin groups, not shown separately.
2. Limited to men who have had sex. If a man was currently or formerly married, it was assumed he had had sex.
3. Limited to men 22–44 years of age at time of interview. GED is General Educational Development diploma.
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