Population Aging & The Developing World
There was a time that Experts were concerned with global population, however, it is now population aging Sociologists and experts recognize as a threat to humanity. The purpose of this paper is to brief members of the The International Policy Making Panel on causes for concern and the urgent need for preparation for a global issue, “Population of Aging”.
The salient fact reveals that people are aging at a faster rate with noticable noticable results and elderly poulation growth shows a distinguish comparison to the younger population. Findings and research efforts of analysts reveals several reasons for this cause, including people having fewer children, less available care for the elderly and people are living longer. This matter is one that I consider crutial and it should be consider by all interested parties globally. Including the more developed as well as developing countries, where growth in the elderly will present more challenges of population aging in the near future and immediate forecoming decades.
Between the years 1946 and 1960, more babies were born and it is known as “Baby Boom” here in the United States. Today, the earlier Baby Boomers are entering into retirement Recorded information that I find reported by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), further substantiate that in the United States, the proportion of the population for those over 65 will increase from 12.4 percent to 19.6 percent. Observing the slight difference in the statistical data reported by CDC and data found in an Executive summary, they both reveal alarming facts. To wit, Senior Living Magazine presents an article revealing generation of the baby boomers turned 60 in the year of 2006. Moreover, the summary states when the majority peak their elderly age we will be nearing the year 2030 and projects a growth being two times the number of people over the age of...
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