In just the last 15 years, the average life
expectancy of the wealthiest 5 percent of Americans has increased by two years for men, and three years for women.
For 65-year-olds, who need good life expectancy projections to plan for retirement, average life
expectancy has increased from 11.
The data further showed that increased average life
is strongly linked with better health facilities and in this regard, the government was making serious efforts for provision of better health facilities to citizens.
The report also showed that Japanese men's average life
span was 79.
Such efforts drove up Taiwan's average life
insurance coverage to NT$989,700 in 2007, which declined to NT$670,900 and NT$678,500 in 2008 and 2009, respectively.
The average life
restriction may limit a corporate's ability to invest in ALM friendly bonds even though in the expanded authorities section of the regs there are a list of foreign investments that would be permissible.
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The explained variables are average life
expectancies of men and women (Lm, Lw), and are provided by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare (http://www.
The average life
expectancy for a 65-year-old man, for example, increased to 16.
ATLANTA -- The average life
expectancy in the United States has reached 78 years, a record high driven by declines in all but one of the major causes of death, the government reported earlier this month.
Perhaps one of the biggest factors that affects Andorra's average life
expectancy is the fact that everyone in the country has health care.
Nagano and Okinawa prefectures continue to hold the title of longest average life
spans for Japanese males and females, respectively, according to the ninth governmental quinquennial survey for the year 2005 released Monday.