|Title||Results of the 2015 Population and Housing Census (Women, fertility, children and living conditions)|
- The female population was 24,890 thousand persons in 2015, which increased by 3.0 percent (736 thousand persons)
- Among females aged 25 or more, college graduates or more marked 6,639 thousand persons. This figure was higher than
high school female graduates (6,324 thousand persons).
- For the past 5 years, the share of single females showed an increase in all age groups.
- Among ordinary households, the female household heads occupied 29.6 percent (5,650 thousand households) of the total
household heads. This share rose by 3.7%p from 25.9 percent in 2010.
- Career interrupted females amounted to 6,960 thousand persons, which occupied 44.0 percent of the total married
females aged 20 or more.
- The average number of children ever born for married females was 2.19 persons in 2015, decreasing by 0.19 person from
2.38 persons in 2010.
- In 2015, the total average number of children to be expected by married females aged 15 to 49 was 1.83 persons,
dropping by 0.13 person from 1.96 persons in 2010.
- As for married females aged 15 to 49 without a child, their average number of children to be expected in the future was
0.99 person. As for married females with a child, their average number of children to be expected in the future was
- As for married females with 2 children or more, their average birth period was 5 years.
- 50.3 percent of children aged 0 to 12 were taken care of by their parents during the day time (9:00 ~ 18:00). This share
went up by 2.3%p from 48.0 percent in 2010.
- The share of households with all essential living facilities was 95.7 percent. This share went up by 2.7%p from
93.0 percent in 2010.
- 364 thousand households resided in the basement (or semi-basement), which accounted for 1.9 percent of the total
households. 54 thousand households resided in the rooftop, which accounted for 0.3 percent of the total households.
- As for heating facilities of ordinary households, city gas boilers marked the highest share at 64.4 percent, which was
followed by local heating (12.7%) and oil boilers (12.1%).
- As for households with motor vehicles, households with their own parking lots amounted to 10,429 thousand households,
which occupied 83.8 percent. This share rose by 3.4%p from 80.4 percent in 2010.
- The average residence period of households was 8.8 years, up 0.9 year from 7.9 years in 2010.
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