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KS specific taxonomy Increasing demographic imbalances Knowledge service topics The Megatrends Hub Knowledge service Foresight
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 | 3 April 2020
Growing cohorts of young people may, if not addressed, pose a challenge to sustainable development, as well as potentially cause political or social destabilization.Countries with growing youth...
ONLINE RESOURCE | 30 March 2020
With increasing numbers of older dependants in the population, concerns on how to finance social security, social care and long-term health arise. The ability to reshape the health and long-term care...
PAGE | 15 January 2020
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...
PAGE | 15 January 2020
If current patterns continute, the total size of the EU labour force is projected to decrease during the next four decades. The projected decrease will come from the part...