National Aging office China’s elderly relatively young-freyja

The national office on aging in China: the elderly are relatively "young" original title: China’s elderly are relatively "young" Beijing morning news (chief reporter Cui Hong) yesterday released the results of the national office on Aging Survey of fourth urban and rural elderly living conditions Chinese". Survey shows that the age structure of China’s elderly population is relatively young, in a positive response to the strategic opportunity for the aging of the population. Survey shows that in the elderly population, under the age of 69 young elderly population accounted for 56% of the total, 70 to 79 years of age in the aged population accounted for 30%, 80 years of age or older elderly population accounted for nearly 14%. Analysts believe that the current elderly population in China is still the younger elderly, "13th Five-Year" period, China is still in the positive response to population aging period of strategic opportunities. Survey shows that the elderly widowed rate decreased significantly in the aged population with spouses accounted for 7, accounting for 26% of the divorce widowed, accounted for 0.8%, accounting for 1.5% of the never married. Compared with 2000, the widowed elderly population ratio dropped 9.5 percentage points. At present, the average number of children aged 3. Editor: Liu Debin SN222相关的主题文章: