Japan’s population shrinks
Japan’s population has fallen by nearly one million. Between 2010 and 2015, Japan lost 947,345 people (more than the population of San Francisco).
Japan’s latest census showed a population decline for the first time https://t.co/5z2CVNHeA0 pic.twitter.com/3cL4fqDBbJ
— Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) 26 février 2016
By 2060, Japan’s population is expected to drop from 127m to 87m.
Nations with the Highest percentage of people aged +60
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Populations are getting Older
By 2050, the proportion of people +65 is expected to jump to 22%.
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