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The state’s birthrate rose to a record high of 3.7 children per woman in March, the second-highest rate in the nation, according to the latest Census Bureau data.
That’s a more than 50 percent increase from March 2016, which had the state at 2.7 births per woman.
New Jersey’s median age rose to 37.3, the third-highest in the country, the most of any state.
That was the highest in the U.S., behind Texas (39.6) and New York (39), according to data from the National Center for Health Statistics.
The state has the lowest infant mortality rate in New Jersey, which is a bit of a surprise.
There was a 14.5 percent increase in infant deaths in the state in 2016.
New York had a median age of 36.3 years old, followed by Massachusetts (36.7), New Jersey (37.5), and California (37), according the Census Bureau.
There were a few states that had a higher median age than New Jersey.
For those born in New York, the median age was 40.8 years old in March.
The median age for New Jersey is 41.9.
There were a couple of states with older median ages.
For example, the lowest median age in New Hampshire was 33.4 years old.
New York was the state with the highest median age, at 37.7.
The state had the highest percentage of children who were born in the last month of 2016, with the largest percentage of babies born in March being born to people born in January.
This is not surprising given New Jersey has one of the highest rates of single-mother households in the United States.
New Jersey also had the largest number of babies who were not born in April.
New Hampshire has the highest proportion of babies with low birth weight at 28.3 percent, while New Jersey had the lowest percentage of low birth weights at 9.7 percent.
The second-largest percentage of infants born in May was born to mothers with low weight at 14.6 percent.
New Mexico was the only state in the survey with a higher percentage of births that were cesarean births.
The percentage of cesaresan births was 22.3 in March of 2016.
New Mexico had the second lowest percentage in the states of 14.3 per 100,000 residents.
The other states with the second highest cesaring birth rate were Mississippi (19.9), Utah (18.5) and North Carolina (16.9).
In New Jersey in 2016, the proportion of births for mothers aged 20-24 years and women with incomes under $100,000 was 22 percent.
In 2019, the percentage of all births for these groups was 11.5.
Newmexon, New Jersey was the eighth-most expensive state to live in in the 2016 U.N. ranking.
There are also five states with high-cost housing: California, Texas, New York and New Jersey and five states that have high-wage housing: Michigan, Texas and New Mexico.