Given is the line graph presenting the overall growth in ageing population during a period of 100 years. The expected percentages are taken from three different countries between 1940 and 2040
Don't make your introduction too complicated.The line graph presents data concerning the changes in the proportion of ageing population over a 100-year period in Japan, Sweden and the USA.
n any case, this proportion declined slightly in Japan, but will be gradual rebound from 2000 onwards.
I think Japan experience an overall upward trend, too.
From the graph, we can see the number of elderly people in Japan stood at 5%In 1940, the elderly people took up 5% of Japanese population.
this trend remained reasonably steady, then was gradual rebound to the same figure in 1940.It then hovered around the 3% mark for nearly 60 years before increasing sharply for the rest of the period.
Between 2030 to 2040, the increase in this proportion will be more dramatically.Notably, Japanese proportion of ageing population is projected to experience a nearly threefold rise to reach a peak of 28% in 2040.
the numbers of ageing population
It is the proportion/percentage, not the number of ageing population.
then followed by the proportion of Swedish population aged 65 or more rose from 6 to 8 percentSweden also saw a similar trend, though its figure was slightly lower, reaching 8% in 1980.
had remained steady
while this figure in Sweden had broken a record, while there was a dramatic increase in the corresponding figure in Sweden to 20% in 2010.
peaking at 20% in 2010 but falling again in the ninth decade.
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