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According to watchtutorials, Bolivia is home to a diverse population of over 11 million people. The majority of the population is of indigenous origin, making up about 60% of the total population. The largest ethnic groups are the Quechua, Aymara, and Guarani. Spanish is the official language, though many native languages are still spoken and taught in schools. The majority of the population is Roman Catholic and there are also significant Protestant and Jewish populations in Bolivia. The median age in Bolivia is 24 years old, making it one of the youngest countries in South America. The life expectancy at birth is 72 years, with overall health conditions improving over recent decades due to increased access to medical care and improved nutrition. Education levels have also improved significantly, with 96% of Bolivians aged 15 or older having completed at least some form of secondary education. Unemployment remains a challenge for Bolivia’s youth population however, with an unemployment rate nearly three times higher than that for adults aged 25-54 years old. Despite this challenge, economic growth has remained steady over recent years due to increased investment from foreign countries and international organizations such as the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF). See itypetravel for Bolivia Population and Language.

How to get to Bolivia

Overview Bolivia, a landlocked country in the Latin American Andes and a tourist hotspot, was called “Upper Peru” until Simon Bolívar led the country to independence in 1825 and it was named in his honor. Today in Bolivia you get a more authentic insight into Latin American culture than in neighboring Peru, which is heavily… Read More »

Bolivia Agriculture, Forestry, and Livestock

Given the very varied conditions of the relief and climate, there is a very large variety of soil products in Bolivia, which, moreover, is cultivated on a very limited total area (about 2 million hectares, i.e. 1.7 % of the total area). It is estimated that, after removing the surface occupied by inland waters, woods,… Read More »