Europe, called the old continent, seems to have transferred that
name to its population, given that the European population is
aging. It is a result of the increase in life expectancy, which
today is 77 years, and the low birth rate.
vegetative growth rates are at a declining stage. This fact had
not occurred in history, except for catastrophes such as the
black plague and wars. What is perceived in European countries
are countries that present practically nonexistent or even
negative vegetative growth rates. The number of births in
European countries has not exceeded the number of deaths.
Italy is a clear example of an aging population - in the
country the population over 60 years exceeds the number of
people under the age of 20. This is due to the high purchasing
power, urbanization and the new posture of women in society,
which effectively entered the job market. Modern women seek
professional qualification, so they spend more time studying,
putting marriage and the formation of a family in the
Currently, couples are slow to have children and it almost
always happens after the age of thirty. In some cases many
decide not to have one. Until recently, countries in the world
have been aiming for a drop in birth rates globally, but with
the drop in birth rates and an aging population, countries have
been concerned, due to the overcoming of the number of elderly
people in relation to that of young people. In this way, the
minority should support the majority. This will produce a great
imbalance in the nations, due to the overload of the pension
systems. Another worrying factor is the structural changes in
services, such as healthcare, which is also overloaded, in
addition to the high costs in the treatment of chronic diseases.
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