The age dependency
ratio for those of working age, whether they have a job or not, stands at 2.
6) with age dependency
, share of young population, healthcare spending per capita, and economic freedom.
Academic estimates indicate that a one percentage point (pp) rise in the old age dependency
ratio (the ratio of population aged 65+ to the population 15-64) will lead to a 0.
4% of the population, bringing the country's age dependency
ratio to 55.
Saudi Arabia's old age dependency
ratio (the number of over 65s relative to the population aged 15-64) will more than quadruple by 2050, the report forecasted.
Among these indicators are: (1) the increasing in the number of old population, (2) the decreasing in the number of young population, (3) an increase in median age, (4) aging index, and (5) old age dependency
The old age dependency
ratio, defined as the number of persons in the age group 60 years and above per 100 persons in the age group 15-59 years.
2011 the age dependency
ratio, the ratio between people under 15 and people aged 65+ per 100 persons aged 15-64, was 47.
Besides income, basic demographic factors such as the size of the population, population density, and the age dependency
ratio may affect significantly the demand for insurance products.
PSE therapy exhibits a clear age dependency
(see Table 4).
The survey suggests that youth should be absorbed productively well before the period when old age dependency
threatens this potential.
Anyone would think Government doesn't want people to provide for themselves, and would rather we all borrowed and spent our way into old age dependency