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People > Age structure > 65 years and over: Countries Compared

Author: Ian Graham <br>Staff Editor

Author: Ian Graham <br>Staff Editor

Faced with an aging population, thanks to a declining birth rate and longer-than-ever lifespans, Japan’s government is considering encouraging people to work until age 75.

For the year up to March 31, 2004, people aged 65 or older made up a record-high 19.24 percent of Japan’s population. In that same year, 1,129,239 babies were born, the lowest number of births since the country’s Ministry of Home Affairs began tracking statistics in 1968.

By the year 2030, Japan’s population is expected to be 10 million less than its current level and one in five people will be 65 or older.

Honda introduced a program in 2003 that allows staff to work for up to one year beyond the mandatory retirement age of 60, but hiring depends on the company’s staffing needs. Mitsubishi Electric allows employees to work until the age of 60 right now and is considering extending that to 65.

DEFINITION: The distribution of the population according to age. Information is included by sex and age group (0-14 years, 15-64 years, 65 years and over). The age structure of a population affects a nation's key socioeconomic issues. Countries with young populations (high percentage under age 15) need to invest more in schools, while countries with older populations (high percentage ages 65 and over) need to invest more in the health sector. The age structure can also be used to help predict potential political issues. For example, the rapid growth of a young adult population unable to find employment can lead to unrest.".

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 MonacoMonaco 28.7% 2013
2 JapanJapan 24.8% 2013
3 GermanyGermany 20.9% 2013
4 ItalyItaly 20.8% 2013
5 SwedenSweden 20.5% 2013
6 GreeceGreece 20.1% 2013
7 FinlandFinland 19.2% 2013
8 Isle of ManIsle of Man 19.1% 2013
Group of 7 countries (G7) averageGroup of 7 countries (G7) average 18.91% 2013
9 BulgariaBulgaria 18.9% 2013
10 AustriaAustria 18.9% 2013
11 BelgiumBelgium 18.7% 2013
12 San MarinoSan Marino 18.5% 2013
13 PortugalPortugal 18.4% 2013
14 EstoniaEstonia 18.2% 2013
15 DenmarkDenmark 18% 2013
16 FranceFrance 17.9% 2013
17 GuernseyGuernsey 17.9% 2013
18 Virgin IslandsVirgin Islands 17.8% 2013
Western Europe averageWestern Europe average 17.71% 2013
19 Czech RepublicCzech Republic 17.6% 2013
20 HungaryHungary 17.5% 2013
21 SloveniaSlovenia 17.5% 2013
22 SpainSpain 17.5% 2013
23 CroatiaCroatia 17.4% 2013
24 European UnionEuropean Union 17.33% 2009
European Union averageEuropean Union average 17.31% 2013
25 United KingdomUnited Kingdom 17.3% 2013
26 SwitzerlandSwitzerland 17.3% 2013
Eurozone averageEurozone average 17.29% 2013
Southern Europe averageSouthern Europe average 17.26% 2013
27 MaltaMalta 17.2% 2013
28 Saint Pierre and MiquelonSt Pierre+ 17.1% 2013
29 NetherlandsNetherlands 17.1% 2013
30 LatviaLatvia 17.1% 2013
31 SerbiaSerbia 16.9% 2013
32 CanadaCanada 16.8% 2013
33 NorwayNorway 16.8% 2013
34 LithuaniaLithuania 16.8% 2013
High income OECD countries averageHigh income OECD countries average 16.7% 2013
NATO countries averageNATO average 16.67% 2013
35 Serbia and MontenegroSerbia+ 16.5% 2011
36 Puerto RicoPuerto Rico 16.4% 2013
37 GeorgiaGeorgia 16.2% 2013
38 BermudaBermuda 16% 2013
39 Norfolk IslandNorfolk Island 15.9% 2013
Europe averageEurope average 15.8% 2013
40 UkraineUkraine 15.6% 2013
41 JerseyJersey 15.4% 2013
42 LiechtensteinLiechtenstein 15.4% 2013
43 Faroe IslandsFaroe Islands 15.4% 2013
44 LuxembourgLuxembourg 15.2% 2013
45 RomaniaRomania 15.1% 2013
46 AustraliaAustralia 14.7% 2013
Non-religious countries averageNon-religious countries average 14.66% 2013
47 GibraltarGibraltar 14.6% 2013
48 PolandPoland 14.5% 2013
49 Hong KongHong Kong 14.4% 2013
50 New ZealandNew Zealand 14% 2013
51 BelarusBelarus 14% 2013
Eastern Europe averageEastern Europe average 13.95% 2013
52 United StatesUnited States 13.9% 2013
53 UruguayUruguay 13.9% 2013
54 MontenegroMontenegro 13.8% 2013
55 AndorraAndorra 13.8% 2013
Cold countries averageCold countries average 13.7% 2013
56 SlovakiaSlovakia 13.4% 2013
57 Saint BarthelemySt Barthelemy 13.3% 2013
58 Saint Helena, Ascension, and Tristan da CunhaSaint Helena, Ascension, and Tristan da Cunha 13.2% 2013
59 IcelandIceland 13.2% 2013
60 RussiaRussia 13.1% 2013
61 Bosnia and HerzegovinaBosnia+ 12.9% 2013
62 Saint HelenaSaint Helena 12.3% 2011
63 South KoreaSouth Korea 12.3% 2013
64 CubaCuba 12.3% 2013
65 IrelandIreland 12.1% 2013
66 Republic of MacedoniaMacedonia Rep. 12.1% 2013
67 ArubaAruba 11.9% 2013
Tourist destinations averageTourist destinations average 11.82% 2013
Heavily indebted countries averageHeavily indebted countries average 11.71% 2013
Potential Future EU Members averagePotential Future EU Members average 11.65% 2013
68 TaiwanTaiwan 11.6% 2013
69 ArgentinaArgentina 11.3% 2013
70 CyprusCyprus 11% 2013
71 AlbaniaAlbania 10.8% 2013
Former Soviet republics averageFormer Soviet republics average 10.77% 2013
72 MoldovaMoldova 10.7% 2013
73 Cayman IslandsCayman Islands 10.7% 2013
Densely populated countries averageDensely populated countries average 10.64% 2013
74 MartiniqueMartinique 10.6% 2011
75 Cook IslandsCook Islands 10.6% 2013
76 IsraelIsrael 10.5% 2013
77 DominicaDominica 10.4% 2013
Emerging markets averageEmerging markets average 10.36% 2013
78 BarbadosBarbados 10.2% 2013
79 Saint LuciaSaint Lucia 10.2% 2013
Catholic countries averageCatholic countries average 9.96% 2013
Christian countries averageChristian countries average 9.93% 2013
80 ThailandThailand 9.8% 2013
81 ArmeniaArmenia 9.8% 2013
82 ChileChile 9.7% 2013
83 North KoreaNorth Korea 9.5% 2013
84 LebanonLebanon 9.4% 2013
85 ChinaChina 9.4% 2013
86 GuadeloupeGuadeloupe 9.2% 2011
87 GrenadaGrenada 9.2% 2013
88 Trinidad and TobagoTrinidad+ 9.1% 2013
89 MacauMacau 8.8% 2013
90 Netherlands AntillesN. Antilles 8.7% 2011
91 Wallis and FutunaWallis+ 8.6% 2013
92 Saint Vincent and the GrenadinesSt Vincent+ 8.4% 2013
93 Sri LankaSri Lanka 8.4% 2013
94 GuamGuam 8.2% 2013
95 New CaledoniaNew Caledonia 8.2% 2013
96 AnguillaAnguilla 8.1% 2013
97 GreenlandGreenland 8.1% 2013
98 SingaporeSingapore 8.1% 2013
99 MauritiusMauritius 8% 2013
Latin America and Caribbean averageLatin America and Caribbean average 7.86% 2013
100 Saint Kitts and NevisSt Kitts+ 7.8% 2013
101 JamaicaJamaica 7.7% 2013
102 TunisiaTunisia 7.7% 2013
103 PanamaPanama 7.6% 2013
104 British Virgin IslandsBrit. Virgin Isl. 7.6% 2013
Landlocked countries averageLandlocked countries average 7.35% 2013
105 BrazilBrazil 7.3% 2013
106 SeychellesSeychelles 7.3% 2013
Religious countries averageReligious countries average 7.22% 2013
107 Antigua and BarbudaAntigua+ 7.1% 2013
108 Dominican RepublicDominican Rep. 6.9% 2013
109 KosovoKosovo 6.9% 2013
110 MexicoMexico 6.9% 2013
111 French PolynesiaFr. Polynesia 6.9% 2013
East Asia and Pacific averageEast Asia and Pacific average 6.87% 2013
Former Spanish colonies averageFormer Spanish colonies average 6.85% 2013
112 Costa RicaCosta Rica 6.8% 2013
113 PalauPalau 6.8% 2013
114 KazakhstanKazakhstan 6.8% 2013
115 EcuadorEcuador 6.7% 2013
116 El SalvadorEl Salvador 6.7% 2013
117 The BahamasThe Bahamas 6.7% 2013
118 PeruPeru 6.7% 2013
119 TurkeyTurkey 6.6% 2013
120 Saint MartinSaint Martin 6.6% 2013
Sparsely populated countries averageSparsely populated countries average 6.58% 2013
121 ColombiaColombia 6.5% 2013
122 IndonesiaIndonesia 6.4% 2013
123 ParaguayParaguay 6.4% 2013
124 MoroccoMorocco 6.3% 2013
125 French GuianaFrench Guiana 6.3% 2011
126 AzerbaijanAzerbaijan 6.3% 2013
127 TongaTonga 6.2% 2013
128 ReunionReunion 6.2% 2011
129 MontserratMontserrat 6.2% 2013
130 South AfricaSouth Africa 6.1% 2013
131 BhutanBhutan 5.9% 2013
Former British colonies averageFormer British colonies average 5.81% 2013
132 VenezuelaVenezuela 5.8% 2013
133 IndiaIndia 5.7% 2013
134 FijiFiji 5.6% 2013
135 SurinameSuriname 5.6% 2013
136 VietnamVietnam 5.6% 2013
137 SamoaSamoa 5.4% 2013
138 LesothoLesotho 5.4% 2013
Hot countries averageHot countries average 5.33% 2013
139 MalaysiaMalaysia 5.3% 2013
140 TuvaluTuvalu 5.3% 2013
141 Cape VerdeCape Verde 5.2% 2013
142 BurmaBurma 5.2% 2013
143 JordanJordan 5.1% 2013
144 IranIran 5.1% 2013
145 AlgeriaAlgeria 5.1% 2013
146 GuyanaGuyana 5.1% 2013
147 TokelauTokelau 5% 2013
South and Central Asia averageSouth and Central Asia average 4.94% 2013
148 BangladeshBangladesh 4.9% 2013
149 KyrgyzstanKyrgyzstan 4.9% 2013
150 BoliviaBolivia 4.8% 2013
151 EgyptEgypt 4.8% 2013
152 American SamoaAmerican Samoa 4.7% 2013
153 UzbekistanUzbekistan 4.7% 2013
154 NicaraguaNicaragua 4.7% 2013
South Asia averageSouth Asia average 4.66% 2013
155 NepalNepal 4.5% 2013
Middle Eastern and North Africa averageMiddle Eastern and North Africa average 4.47% 2013
156 PhilippinesPhilippines 4.4% 2013
157 PakistanPakistan 4.3% 2013
158 Northern Mariana IslandsN. Mariana 4.3% 2013
159 NamibiaNamibia 4.3% 2013
Muslim countries averageMuslim countries average 4.24% 2013
160 TurkmenistanTurkmenistan 4.2% 2013
161 MaldivesMaldives 4.2% 2013
162 Turks and Caicos IslandsTurks+ 4.1% 2013
163 GhanaGhana 4.1% 2013
164 GuatemalaGuatemala 4.1% 2013
165 Equatorial GuineaEqu. Guinea 4.1% 2013
166 HaitiHaiti 4.1% 2013
Former French colonies averageFormer French colonies average 4.01% 2013
167 BotswanaBotswana 4% 2013
168 Solomon IslandsSolomon Islands 4% 2013
169 MongoliaMongolia 4% 2013
170 LibyaLibya 3.9% 2013
171 SyriaSyria 3.9% 2013
172 CambodiaCambodia 3.9% 2013
173 KiribatiKiribati 3.9% 2013
174 HondurasHonduras 3.9% 2013
175 Papua New GuineaPapua NG 3.8% 2013
176 GabonGabon 3.8% 2013
177 West BankWest Bank 3.8% 2013
178 BruneiBrunei 3.8% 2013
179 SwazilandSwaziland 3.7% 2013
180 Sierra LeoneSierra Leone 3.7% 2013
181 EritreaEritrea 3.7% 2013
182 LaosLaos 3.7% 2013
183 ComorosComoros 3.7% 2013
184 East TimorEast Timor 3.6% 2013
185 VanuatuVanuatu 3.6% 2013
186 Central African RepublicCentral Africa 3.6% 2013
187 GuineaGuinea 3.6% 2013
188 BelizeBelize 3.6% 2013
189 ZimbabweZimbabwe 3.6% 2013
190 Western SaharaWestern Sahara 3.6% 2013
191 MauritaniaMauritania 3.5% 2013
192 DjiboutiDjibouti 3.5% 2013
Sub-Saharan Africa averageSub-Saharan Africa average 3.47% 2013
193 CameroonCameroon 3.4% 2013
194 SudanSudan 3.3% 2013
195 Marshall IslandsMarshall Isl. 3.3% 2013
OPEC countries averageOPEC countries average 3.27% 2013
196 TajikistanTajikistan 3.2% 2013
197 The GambiaThe Gambia 3.2% 2013
198 OmanOman 3.2% 2013
199 Cote d'IvoireCote d'Ivoire 3.2% 2013
200 Federated States of MicronesiaMicronesia 3.2% 2013
201 TogoTogo 3.2% 2013
202 IraqIraq 3.2% 2013
203 Guinea-BissauGuinea-Bissau 3.2% 2013
Failed states averageFailed states average 3.13% 2013
204 MadagascarMadagascar 3.1% 2013
205 Saudi ArabiaSaudi Arabia 3.1% 2013
206 LiberiaLiberia 3% 2013
207 NigeriaNigeria 3% 2013
208 Sao Tome and PrincipeSoa Tome+ 3% 2013
209 MaliMali 3% 2013
210 TanzaniaTanzania 2.9% 2013
211 SenegalSenegal 2.9% 2013
212 AngolaAngola 2.9% 2013
213 ChadChad 2.9% 2013
214 MozambiqueMozambique 2.9% 2013
215 EthiopiaEthiopia 2.8% 2013
216 BeninBenin 2.8% 2013
217 Congo, Republic of theCongo, Republic of the 2.7% 2013
218 MalawiMalawi 2.7% 2013
219 KenyaKenya 2.7% 2013
220 Gaza StripGaza Strip 2.6% 2013
221 BahrainBahrain 2.6% 2013
222 YemenYemen 2.6% 2013
223 NigerNiger 2.6% 2013
224 Democratic Republic of the CongoCongo, DR. 2.6% 2013
225 Burkina FasoBurkina Faso 2.5% 2013
226 AfghanistanAfghanistan 2.5% 2013
227 RwandaRwanda 2.5% 2013
228 BurundiBurundi 2.5% 2013
229 ZambiaZambia 2.4% 2013
230 MayotteMayotte 2.4% 2011
231 SomaliaSomalia 2.3% 2013
232 UgandaUganda 2.1% 2013
233 KuwaitKuwait 2.1% 2013
234 South SudanSouth Sudan 2.1% 2013
235 NauruNauru 1.8% 2013
236 United Arab EmiratesUAE 1% 2013
237 QatarQatar 0.8% 2013

Citation

"All countries compared for People > Age structure > 65 years and over", CIA World Factbooks 18 December 2003 to 28 March 2011. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/People/Age-structure/65-years-and-over

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STAT
COUNTRIES COVERED
Females 225
Females per 1000 201
From total 226
Males 225
Males per 1000 201

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Faced with an aging population, thanks to a declining birth rate and longer-than-ever lifespans, Japan’s government is considering encouraging people to work until age 75.

For the year up to March 31, 2004, people aged 65 or older made up a record-high 19.24 percent of Japan’s population. In that same year, 1,129,239 babies were born, the lowest number of births since the country’s Ministry of Home Affairs began tracking statistics in 1968.

By the year 2030, Japan’s population is expected to be 10 million less than its current level and one in five people will be 65 or older.

Honda introduced a program in 2003 that allows staff to work for up to one year beyond the mandatory retirement age of 60, but hiring depends on the company’s staffing needs. Mitsubishi Electric allows employees to work until the age of 60 right now and is considering extending that to 65.

Posted on 29 Mar 2005

Ian Graham <br>Staff Editor

Ian Graham <br>Staff Editor

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I appreciate being able to use the statistics. I am writing a paper and the numbers are very helpful.

Posted on 21 Jun 2010

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Keith R

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I dont understand any of it because I am only 10 years old.

Posted on 12 Nov 2009

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