The following list of countries by age structure sorts the countries of the world according to the age distribution of their population. The population is divided into three levels: * Ages 0 to 14 years: children and adolescents * Ages 15 to 64 years: working population or population in education * Over the age of 65: retirees; elderly

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  • The following list of countries by age structure sorts the countries of the world according to the age distribution of their population. The population is divided into three levels: * Ages 0 to 14 years: children and adolescents * Ages 15 to 64 years: working population or population in education * Over the age of 65: retirees; elderly The age structure of a country has a strong impact on society and the economy. If the proportion of 0-14-year-olds is very high, there may be a so-called Youth Bulge. If, on the other hand, the proportion of over 65 is very high, the social systems of a country can be heavily burdened. (en)
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  • The following list of countries by age structure sorts the countries of the world according to the age distribution of their population. The population is divided into three levels: * Ages 0 to 14 years: children and adolescents * Ages 15 to 64 years: working population or population in education * Over the age of 65: retirees; elderly (en)
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  • List of countries by age structure (en)
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