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Two studies McLaughlin, , and Koo and Bilsborrow, found that, controlling for age, education and socioeconomic background, early childbearers accumulated more experience after the birth of the first child McLaughlin or after marriage Koo and Bilsborrow than later ones. A final point is that all the studies mentioned here are based on data collected in the 's and early 's. However, it is possible to tease out the differential impact of marriage timing among those who bear a first child as teenagers. Marriage appears to improve the short-term economic status of young women more than additional schooling. Those who came from smaller families were more likely to be secure and less likely to be on welfare because they were less likely to have a second child soon after the first.