Another important point is that the elderly proportion of Japan started as the the lowest place among the three countries, at about 5%, but after fluctuating slightly until the beginning of 21st century, the pattern is reserved.
There are 3 consecutive climb with difference degree, especially in the second one, the percentage of elderly citizen of Japan skyrocket suddenly from 10% to 25% in only about 2 years, exceeding the percentage of the elderly generation in the USA and Sweden for only 1 year and reaching to 2040 by a considerable increase to about 27% Generally your answer is good so you don't have to worry much as you know how to tackle a line graph.
But the rate in Japan decreased slightly over the same period.
Afterwhich, the percentage then leapt to about five times greater than the number in 1940 and Japan is projected to have at least 27% of their total population as retirees by 2040.
In a nutshell, the ageing population gradually rose on all three countries and they will comprise more or less a quarter of the total population by 2040.
First of all I would like to thank the founders of this site as I found it very helpfull in my preparations for the ielts exam.
The fact that it allows everybody to interact and share ideas makes this website unique and special.
Hi there, I've fond that your site is very useful for everybody who want to practice the IELTS. can you pls check this writing for me, with the above line graph.