The higher a woman's education, the lower her chance of having kids.
A dearth of marriagable men has left an “oversupply” of educated women taking desperate steps to preserve their fertility, experts say.
The first global study into egg freezing found that shortages of eligible men were the prime reason why women had attempted to take matters into their own hands.
Some women get their education after they've had kids, so there's a sample size out there that skews the demographics a bit. But a woman's natural desire to marry up means that lots of women out there are going single for a long time. And sorry ladies, but fertility delayed is fertility denied. Good luck having kids after 35.