There is a connection between people's occupations and their tendency to start a family. Most likely to have children are people who work in the public sector, have a highly qualified occupation, or work in the education or healthcare industries. Least likely are those who work in the private sector, in a low-qualified occupation or other occupation not related to education or healthcare. Sofi Ohlsson-Wijk has studied the childbearing tendencies of people in about 30 different occupational groups. Several media outlets have reported on the findings: