POPULATION
AND ECONOMY IN
SPAIN
UNIT 11
WORLD POPULATION
•
The world POPULATION si nearly
seven billion people and is growing
everyday.
•
The most populated co...
POPULATION
•
Population is the Numbers of people
who live in a particular area.
•
Population can grow thanks to
natura...
Work
•
People work in three economic sectors:
•
The primary sector includes jobs
which obtain Resources from nature
( f...
Population in Spain
•
The population in Spain is not distributed equally.
•
Some areas are densely populated, such as b...
Today, the population is over 47 millions thanks
to positive natural growth and inmigration.
•
Positive natural growth ha...
Migration
•
An Emigrant is a person who leaves
their country to live in another country.
•
An Inmigrant is a person who...
Population Density
•
Population Density show us is a place has a large
or small population in relation to its area. It's ...
Population and jobs
•
Population can be divided into to groups related to work:
•
Active population: people who are of ...
Population and jobs
•
Population can be divided into to groups related to work:
•
Active population: people who are of ...
of 10

POPULATION AND ECONOMY OF SPAIN

Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Published in: Technology      News & Politics      
Source: www.slideshare.net


Transcripts - POPULATION AND ECONOMY OF SPAIN

  • 1. POPULATION AND ECONOMY IN SPAIN UNIT 11
  • 2. WORLD POPULATION • The world POPULATION si nearly seven billion people and is growing everyday. • The most populated countries in the world are China and U.S.A • The least populated countries are Canada and Australia. • Overpopulation results in a massive depletion of the Earth's natural Resources.
  • 3. POPULATION • Population is the Numbers of people who live in a particular area. • Population can grow thanks to natural growth and migratory growth. • Natural growth is the difference between the Number of people who are born in an area in one year and the Number of people who die. • Migratory growth is the difference between the Number of inmigrants who come and the Number of emigrants who leave the place.
  • 4. Work • People work in three economic sectors: • The primary sector includes jobs which obtain Resources from nature ( fishing, mining, livestock farming and agriculture). • The secondary sector includes jobs which transform natural Resources into manufactured products. • The terciary sector includes jobs which provide services.
  • 5. Population in Spain • The population in Spain is not distributed equally. • Some areas are densely populated, such as big cities like Madrid and Barcelona. • Other areas are sparcely populated such as rural areas.
  • 6. Today, the population is over 47 millions thanks to positive natural growth and inmigration. • Positive natural growth happened when the birth rate is high and the death rate is low. • Negative natural growth happened when the birth rate is low and the death rate is high. • Nowadays, several changes slowed down the death rate and the population increase in Spain: economy developed, nutrition improved and medical advances.
  • 7. Migration • An Emigrant is a person who leaves their country to live in another country. • An Inmigrant is a person who comes to live in a foreign country. • There are three types of migration: • International emigration is migration from one country to another • Internal migration is migration within the same country ( usually the people moved to the big cities looking for work). • International inmigration, people from countries in South America, Eastern Europe and Africa come to Spain looking for work.
  • 8. Population Density • Population Density show us is a place has a large or small population in relation to its area. It's the Number of inhabitants per square kilometres. • Area is a measure in square kilometres ( km2). • Population Density: Number of inhabitants: surface area. • Inland provinces are less populated than áreas on the coast and on the Islands except Madrid. • Within Each province the population is concentrated in the cities but the countryside is sparcely populated.
  • 9. Population and jobs • Population can be divided into to groups related to work: • Active population: people who are of legal working age (16 to 67 ) healthy and able to work. • Employed: They are working and earn money in exchange. Unemployed: They are looking for work. • Inactive population: people who are not of legal working age (children and retired people) and people who do not receive a salary (students...)
  • 10. Population and jobs • Population can be divided into to groups related to work: • Active population: people who are of legal working age (16 to 67 ) healthy and able to work. • Employed: They are working and earn money in exchange. Unemployed: They are looking for work. • Inactive population: people who are not of legal working age (children and retired people) and people who do not receive a salary (students...)

Related Documents