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People > Elderly living with children: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Percentage of old people (aged above 65) living with their children.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH
1 Japan 65% 2002
2 Italy 39% 2002
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 27.67% 2002
3 Austria 25% 2002
4 France 17% 2002
5 United Kingdom 16% 2002
6 United States 15% 2002
=7 Finland 14% 2002
=7 Germany 14% 2002
9 Norway 11% 2002
10 Netherlands 8% 2002
11 Sweden 5% 2002
12 Denmark 4% 2002

Citation

"Countries Compared by People > Elderly living with children. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", Richard Disney and Edward Whitehouse, 'The Economic Well-Being of Older People in International Perspective: A Critical Review' (LIS Working Paper 306, June 2002), p. 7. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/People/Elderly-living-with-children

People > Elderly living with children: Countries Compared Map

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Interesting observations about People > Elderly living with children

  • United States ranked second last for elderly living with children amongst Group of 7 countries (G7) in 2002.
  • All of the top 7 countries by elderly living with children are Heavily indebted.
  • 7 of the top 9 countries by elderly living with children are Christian.
  • 3 of the top 4 countries by elderly living with children are Catholic.
  • All of the bottom 12 countries by elderly living with children are High income OECD.
  • 10 of the top 12 countries by elderly living with children are European.
  • 9 of the bottom 11 countries by elderly living with children are European Union.
  • Sweden ranked last for elderly living with children amongst Non-religious countries in 2002.
  • 8 of the top 12 countries by elderly living with children are Cold countries'.
  • Italy ranked first for elderly living with children amongst Eurozone in 2002.

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Thank you. this helps with my school project

Posted on 28 Aug 2009

Megan B

Megan B

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