Table 1: Male Life Expectancy
by level of Education Completed, 2006/7 Males, 2006 Life expectancy at various ages 0 20 35 65 Highest Level of Education * Primary n.a.
This feature of Social Security tends to diminish the role of male life expectancy
, and in the context of household decisionmaking, accentuates the importance of female life expectancy for the retirement decisions of both genders.
The studied variables included size of population; population density; urbanization; average life expectancy; average female life expectancy; average male life expectancy
; literacy; female and male literacy; population increase; infant mortality; average daily calorie intake; gross domestic product (GDP) per capita; religion; fertility rates; death rates; and AIDS-rate.
* The male life expectancy
is 60 years, and the population is shrinking by about 0.5 per cent a year
Figure 1 sets out three projections from the UK Government Actuary's Department (GAD) of how male life expectancy
from age sixty-five has developed in the past fifty years and how it might develop for the next fifty.
5) Reduced life expectancy of male homosexuals: Significantly reduced male life expectancy
contributes to the instability of homosexual households and can be a major disruption for children raised in such a household.
Not bad for someone who has just turned 100 and lives in Shettleston, Glasgow, where male life expectancy
is just 63.
Male life expectancy
has been increasing by three years per decade, compared to just two years for women.
As an example, he pointed out that the average spending on health care for males in Nagano Prefecture is the lowest among Japan's 47 prefectures, even though the average male life expectancy
in the prefecture is the highest in the country.
Russia's population is shrinking, due to a low birth rate and low male life expectancy
president and chief operating officer Dave Bernauer, are facing "the most stunning demographic shift ever experienced on earth." He notes that male life expectancy
has risen from 48 at the turn of the century to 67 in 1970 to 80 now.
Yes, the country is "losing" more than 500,000 people a year--but population decline is "an issue across Europe." Yes, male life expectancy
decreased from 64 years in 1989 to 57 years in 1994--but the 1989 figure was an aberration caused by former Soviet president Mikhail Gorbachev's anti-alcohol campaign.