denmark - Lauren Grossel Denmark: Age Structure: >15 :...

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Lauren Grossel Denmark: Age Structure: >15 : 18.4% 15-64 : 65.9% <65: 15.7% Immortality Rate : 4.4 deaths for every 1000 births Life Expectancy: Men : 75.8 years, Female 80.59 years Very low unemployment rates a high GDP per capita, welfare benefit and political stability, Danish living is one of the best in the world. Gross Domestic purchasing power : $204.6 billion with an exchange rate of $310.7 billion. Per capita: $37,400 Unemployment rate : 3.5% Military Expenditures : 1.28% or $3.3 Billion Maternity leave: Pregnant women may take 4 weeks prior to birth, required to take 2 weeks after birth. Entitles to 14 weeks of maternity leave and the father is entitled to two weeks after the mother gives birth during the first 14 weeks. After 14 weeks the parents can split the additional 32 weeks with subsidence allowance. Salaried employees can receive up to 50% of their normal wages. Education is compulsory for ages 7-16 with 82% going beyond this. It is a tuition less system. For preschools, these institutions can receive up to 50% pf their operational
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course EDUC-H 340 taught by Professor Foltz during the Spring '07 term at Indiana.

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