how are age structure and growth problems different in developed vs developing

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how are the age structure and growth problems different in developed vs developing countries

Jun 3rd, 2015

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Developed countries;

In developed countries, the age structure indicates that most of the people in the population are adults. A large number of adults compared to that of children means that the rate of dependency is low, hence, development.

Developing countries:

In developing countries, the age structure indicates that the population mainly comprises of children, the dependency ration is high.

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