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Digital Europa Thesaurus age discrimination Content type Page
PAGE | 15 January 2021
Developments · Demographic ageing is not a biological process. It’s a shift from a youthful society to a society with a higher share of senior citizens. The two main reasons for this is increasing...
PAGE | 11 December 2020
1.2 billion people in the world are young (aged between 15-24 years) — that is 16% of the global population. By 2050, the number is estimated to be 1.3 billion...
PAGE | 10 December 2020
Developments The world population passed 7 billion in 2011, and reached about 7.75 billion by the end of 2019. The 20th century started with a global human population of 1.6...
PAGE | 10 December 2019
How a smaller labour force shall provide for a larger proportion of retired persons is increasingly a matter of concern in some regions of the world. Rising old-age dependency ratios...
PAGE | 31 July 2019
Regional demographics of working-age population are deepening: by 2050, the number of people of 20-64 years old will decrease (compared to 2015) by 49 million in Europe, by 22...