past, present and future of populations from Oman and Spain
A breakdown of the citizen ages in the two nations in 2005 and the forecast for 2055 is depicted in the pie charts.
In 2005, both the youngest and the elderly had the same proportion of initially 48% in Oman, while the middle age one emerged at 4%. In Spain, the younger generation was seen as the lowest portion with 14%, whereas the oldest had the largest percentage of 62, and the people aged 15-59 was the second biggest fraction with almost a quarter.
By 2055, although the population of younger people in Oman is predicted to increase to 6%, that of those will remain the minority, while the population of the oldest people is envisaged to have growth by 9%. In Spain, the number of the elderly will be shown a decline, but there will be an incline of the figure for the middle age people, being the greatest one in the state.
Overall, the population of the youngest will drop considerably in Oman, whereas the middle-age portion in Spain will be likely to rise dramatically. Meanwhile, the figure for the elderly in those countries will still prevail as the hugest of all ages.