How The World’s Demography Is Changing By 2100
Although not many of us would worry too much, it is likely that nearly 11 billion people would inhabit the earth by 2100, with predominant population growth shifting towards the African continent and the Middle Eastern Arab countries. Falling birth rates in the rest of the world will continue especially in the aging Western, South American, and Asian societies, with increasing migration of the young looking for employment opportunities and moving towards the developing nations.
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Credit: The Telegraph