Economic and Social Impact of Aging

The challenge of global population aging has been brought into sharper awareness. A number of nations are consequently reconsidering their pension and health care provisions, which account for as much as 40% of all government spending in superior economies. But population aging is an international phenomenon so that it will continue to have an effect on all areas of the world. By 2050 there might be the same number of old as young in the international, with 2 billion people aged 60 or over and every other 2 billion below age 15, each group accounting for 21% of the world’s population.

The challenge of global population aging has been brought into sharper awareness. A number of nations are consequently reconsidering their pension and health care provisions, which account for as much as 40% of all government spending in superior economies. But population aging is an international phenomenon so that it will continue to have an effect on all areas of the world. By 2050 there might be the same number of old as young in the international, with 2 billion people aged 60 or over and every other 2 billion below age 15, each group accounting for 21% of the world’s population.

 

  • Economic and Social Consequences
  • Care work
  • Fertility, Mortality and Life Expectancy
  • Population aging
  • Social security

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