The pie charts illustrate the percentage of people in Yemen and Italy between 2000 and 2050 in terms of three age groups. Overall, it can be seen that the population of aged 60 and above is expected an upward trend, and that of 0 to 14-year-olds is a downward trend in both countries.
In 2000, the number of people aged 0 to 14 in Yemen accounted for half of total population, with 50.1%, whereas that in Italy made up 14.3% of total population.The majority of Italian was 15 to 59 year-olds, with 61.6%, which was higher than that in Yemen, with 46.3%. The percentage of people aged 60 and above was responsible for 3.6% in Yemen and 24.1% in Italy.
By 2050, it is anticipated that the percentage of people under 15-year-olds will have decreased to 37% in Yemen, and 11.5% in Italy. Meanwhile, the citizens aged 60 and over will experience an increase in Yemen and Italy, at 5.7% and 42.3% respectively. The people from 15 to 59 years of age will account for 57.3% in Yemen, and 46.2% in Italy.
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