POPULATION DILEMMAS INEUROPE How do population trends affect a country’s future?
Study of Human Populations Demography is the study of human populations by….  births  deaths  aging ...
Replacement Rates Replacement Rates = the number of babies that need to be born to replace those who have died!un...
In Other Words…… - = Older - = Younger
T.F.R. = Total Fertility Rate The average number of children a woman has in her lifetime.  High Average = High...
Getting Older?  Problems caused by an Aging Population
Pension a fixed amount of money paid to the retired
Health Care is needed to care to aid quality of living.
Dependency ratio: aging populations leave longer hours for the working.
How old do you expect to live? Life Expectancy  average age a person can expect to live.
Response to Negative Growth  Parents will receive cash for each baby they have.  Child care provided by employers  ...
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Population dilemmas in europe 15 remake

Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. POPULATION DILEMMAS INEUROPE How do population trends affect a country’s future?
  • 2. Study of Human Populations Demography is the study of human populations by….  births  deaths  aging  migration
  • 3. Replacement Rates Replacement Rates = the number of babies that need to be born to replace those who have died!under 2.0 = populations who are growing olderabove 2.0 = populations who are gettingyounger
  • 4. In Other Words…… - = Older - = Younger
  • 5. T.F.R. = Total Fertility Rate The average number of children a woman has in her lifetime.  High Average = High T.F.R.  Low Average Low T.F.R.
  • 6. Getting Older?  Problems caused by an Aging Population
  • 7. Pension a fixed amount of money paid to the retired
  • 8. Health Care is needed to care to aid quality of living.
  • 9. Dependency ratio: aging populations leave longer hours for the working.
  • 10. How old do you expect to live? Life Expectancy  average age a person can expect to live.
  • 11. Response to Negative Growth  Parents will receive cash for each baby they have.  Child care provided by employers  Flexible work hours for parents  Longer work leave for parents who just had babies.

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