By Dragana Avramov, Miroslava Maskova
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In seven of them the proportion of elderly is expected to go beyond 20% in 2015. At the same time only three countries are likely to remain below the level of 10%. The important changes are expected to occur in the period 2015-2030. Whereas in 2015 no country is projected to have more than 25% of elderly in its population, by 2030 there should be ten countries where the proportions of elderly are likely to reach one quarter or more. In one country the elderly population might represent even 30% of the total.
This primarily concerns the eastern and south-eastern European countries including the Caucasus region. Thus in 2050 many of these countries are expected to reach the same or even higher shares of elderly than there should be in the western and northern countries of Europe: in the populations of the Slovak Republic, Bosnia and Herzegovina or Armenia the share of elderly should be around 29 % while in France, United Kingdom, Norway or the Netherlands it is expected to account for only about 26-27 %.
7). As far as the 50-64 years old are concerned, the more significant prevalence of women within Europe (ratio between 80 and 88) will be found by 2015 in all former Soviet republics and in Hungary and Bulgaria. In ten countries of northern and western Europe together with Malta, Albania and “the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia” male prevalence can be expected. Up to 2030 the levelling tendency in numbers of men and women in the 50-64 category will continue; in almost half of the countries men should prevail, in many others the masculinity ratio should be well above 90.
Active Ageing in Europe Volume 1 (Population Studies) (Vol 41) by Dragana Avramov, Miroslava Maskova