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The aggregate of inhabitants in Japan based on survey prediction in the past, present, and future


Jordansimons 3 / 4  
Oct 30, 2016   #1
Writing Task 1- Japan's Population : Past, Present, and Future trends

The charts reveal about the aggregate of inhabitant in Japan based on survey prediction in the past, present, and future in over a hundred years, measured by millions. Overall, it is noticeable that the Japan populace had reached a peak in 2005, while the rest of the years occurred change in the quantity of populace. Moreover, the number of older people will be predicted to increase in 2035.

In 1950, the number of population had started in the lowest percentage throughout the years while in the following years, the population was increased gradually. It can be seen from the figure, the proportion of populace for about 84.1 with older people percentage by 4.1. However, the growth of population was accompanied by the number of older people. In 2005, when the total population had reached a peak up to 127,8, this was followed by the quantityr of older people simultaneously increased up to 25,5 in the same period.

Interestingly, in 2035, eldery is predicted to increase up to 37,7 while the number of population will be decrease to 110. This trend is likely different from the last decade. Lately, Based on the figure,when the population of Japan is likely occur double decrease, the aggregate of older people is predicted stagnant at about 36-37%.


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abangabul93 15 / 27  
Oct 30, 2016   #2
Hello @jordansimons, I got some suggestions for your writing:

Moreover, the number of older (ELDERLY) people will be ...

..., the population was increased gradually.
..., the proportion of populace for (WAS) about 84.1 ...
... followed by the quantityr of older (ELDERLY) people simultaneously ...

Interestingly, in 2035, (THE) eldery (ELDERLY PEOPLE) is (WILL BE) predicted to increase ...


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