As countries have developed there has been a trend towards smaller family sizes.Why does this happen? How does this affect society?

Unlike in the olden days when there was no issue with having a big family since there was little or no need for education and all hands would be on deck in ensuring that there was enough food for everyone to at least eat and be healthy, the current world we live in, with all
of a thing, of it; possessive form of "it"
developments, has seen families opting for smaller family sizes even without government regulations on the topic. The decisions to go for smaller family sizes can be traced majorly to being able to afford the best of the quality services needed to cater for the children and
the family
at large.
most developed countries, education, health care and even infrastructures are the best one would find but are rather expensive and no parent wants to give their children anything less than the best
, the need to cautiously decide to have
few children
a few children
that will not become
a burden on them considering the high living costs in these developed countries.
, while having fewer families benefit countries that seem to already be
over populated
cause to have too great a population
, it comes as a big disadvantage to other countries that has become underpopulated
as a result
trend. For the societies on the losing end, they tend to allow a lot of immigration into their countries just to meet up with demand for manpower,
may bring security issues in the long run as all and sundry are allowed into their countries. In conclusion, it is better to have a
family in societies with high cost of living to avoid bringing forth children that one will not be able to fully cater for their needs.
alone will guard against having a lot of needy and beggars on the streets and to a large extent reduce cases of stealing and
entering a building unlawfully with intent to commit a felony or to steal valuable property

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