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The growing number of people aged 65 and more...


hasbi 29 / 42 23  
Nov 25, 2015   #1
A comparison of the proportion of people aged 65 or more in Japan, Sweden and the USA between 1940 and 2040 as projected year, a 100-year period is illustrated in the line chart. Overall, it can be seen that the proportion of elderly people increases in each country between 1940 and 2040 as a forecasted year. Japan is expected to see the most dramatic changes in its elderly population.

In 1940, the proportion of Americans was aged 65 or over stood at 9%, compared to about 7% of Swedish people and 5% of Japanese people. Over the next 50 years, the percentage of USA and Sweden increased gradually, reaching 15% in 1990. Contrastingly, the figure for Japan witnessed very low, at solely 5% in 2000.

A more detailed look at to the line chart revealed that there will be predicted an increase of elderly people's proportion in Japan, at around 27% in the end of the period. However, For Sweden and the USA will be slightly lower, at virtually 25% and 23% respectively.




nsahmad 11 / 14 3  
Nov 25, 2015   #2
Hi hasbi, happy to read your writting, I try to give you some feedbacks.

In 1940, the proportion of Americans was ... .

In 1940, the proportion of American in the 65 or above age group stood at 9%. This was in stark contrast to Swedish and Japanese just about 7% and 5%, the gap between these countries had represented a narrow range of percentage. Over the next 50 years, the number of USA and Sweden increased gradually, reaching the same number to 15%, while the figures for Japan Unchanged consistently in 1990 .


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