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Nigeria is likely to move from being the seventh most populous country in 2010 to the third most populous by 2050. is robust in comparison with European countries and also in comparison with other economic powers such as Brazil, Japan, China and South Korea. Generally speaking, European populations are older than the U. today, and that gap should stretch further between 20. with a median age of 42, and Argentina will nearly catch up to the U. Countries in Asia and the Middle East are also turning gray rapidly.The populations of several other countries also are expected to grow at a faster rate than the U. population: Pakistan (57%), India (34%), Indonesia (34%), Israel (60%), Egypt (56%), Iran (35%), Turkey (31%), and Mexico (32%). Sharp increases are expected in the median age in Latin American countries. The median age should increase by 16 years in South Korea, from 38 in 2010 to 53 in 2050.The most notable gains are in China, from 8.3% in 2010 to 23.9% in 2050, Iran (5.2% to 21.5%), and South Korea (11.1% to 34.9%).Japan, where the share is already quite high, is projected to experience an increase from 23.0% in 2010 to 36.5% in 2050. These demographic trends may enhance future opportunities for the U. Only one other country—Indonesia—had more than 200 million residents in 2010. is likely to be displaced by Nigeria as the third most populous country. Four other countries—Indonesia, Pakistan, Nigeria and Kenya—are expected to add at least 50 million people each to their populations from 2010 to 2050. population (13.8%) is the third highest of all countries featured in this report, behind only Israel and Spain. The Pew Research Center estimates that, from 1960 to 2005, immigrants and their descendants accounted for 51% of the increase in the U. Because immigrants are not immune to getting older, preventing population aging is even harder.
Each Disrupt 100 venture was sourced from over 5M global startups and corporate ventures, has been scored against a specific criteria measuring the potential it has to affect an existing market or geography, introduce new customers into an existing market and/or creating a new market with significant customer demand.The rapid increases in median age are a reflection of the rising proportions of seniors (65 and older) in the populations of all countries. S., the share of seniors is expected to increase from 13.1% in 2010 to 21.4% in 2050.