Individuals with higher levels of education tend to delay parenting, having children at an older age

Individuals with higher levels of
education tend to delay parenting, having children at an older age in
comparison with individuals with lower levels of education. We examine this
relationship based on GSS 2014 data. In the following table, the mean, standard
deviation, and variance for respondent’s age when first child was born
(AGEKDBRN) is reported for five categories (DEGREE).

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1. Identify the level of
measurement for DEGREE and AGEKDBRN.

2. Describe the relationship
between respondent degree and age when first child was born.