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Global Demographic Trends Dr. Denise T. Ogden
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World Workforce Economic integration – Global economic integration, employers also migrate to find workers Societal globalization – changes in demographics
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Population Trends Less developed countries – Developed countries – Increase in non-traditional workers (women, older people, disabilities, sexual orientation)
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Population Trends 1900 – 1.7 billion people 1960 – 3 billion Health advances, foreign aid programs 2050 – 9 - 11 billion
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Age 39 and Under Asian – 60% of the world’s pop. Asian (as of 2000) 4% North American Africa 15% Europe 10%
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Life Expectancy World – 66 years old Japan – 81.5 Africa – 51.3 “old age” occurring at older ages Health life expectancy increasing
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From Pyramids to Pillars - 1970 and prior age picture looked like a pyramid Since 1970 more like a pillar
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Working-Age Population Defined as ages 15 to 64 (U.N., 2001) Declining in more developed countries Germany, Italy, Japan, Russian Federation need immigration to keep up numbers
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