Near future, aside from the fact that there is now the 23rd generation of iPhone, nothing has changed that much in terms of technology; society advanced all over the world as we would expect.
A full package including zygote extraction device and artificial womb. This allows women with fertilized egg(s) or early embryo to transfer their offspring into a container, which functions as an artificial womb all the way to the birth of the child so long as it is plugged into the wall and have fluid replacement every once a month or so.
The device is quite expensive, costing about as much as a fairly expensive vehicle in today's society, but some owners/institutions may choose to rent theirs. It also consumes consideration amounts of energy to function, even though electricity is presumably cheaper in the future(?)
How would this change the demographic of the working population?
For the most common variants of this device:
- 9 month functioning time, 2-3 weeks of maintenance between uses
- Cost of maintenance is similar to the cost of maintaining a high-end vehicle
- Total life time of 8-10 functioning sessions
- Risk to baby: if power is cut or regulation computer is broken/hacked, the baby will die rather quickly. If fluid circulation is broken or exchange fluid is not clean, risk of infection will be present (which is usually fatal)
- If device failure is anticipated, transfer procedure can be performed by professionals.
You may consider this information to be "volatile", as in, you are free to consider alternative situations in which they are different, if that's more interesting.