I did want to raise an issue with one point in their report, though. They write:
Women enjoy an annual income premium if they wait until 30 or later
to marry. For college-educated women in their midthirties, this premium
amounts to $18,152.
I do not dispute this economic fact. But women who wait to marry until after 30, and then to have children after that, risk waiting too long to have children at all.
Waiting the marry and have children is excellent advice for teenagers. It become risky advice for tweny-somethings.