And Gypsy generation times are considerably shorter:
"Hungarian women today have their first child at the age of 27–28 ... Three in ten Roma women become mothers before they reach the age of 18 and around two-thirds have their first child at the age of 20 at the latest."
Some other interesting facts from Janky:
- The employment rate of male Gypsies 15-59 in Hungary fell from 85% in 1971 under the Communism dictatorship to 29% in 2003. For Gypsy women, only 16% are now working.
- In 2003, only 5% of Gypsies aged 20-24 had graduated from high school.
For more on Gypsies, here's my 2004 VDARE article.