Canada in 2050!
What will Canada look like in 2050?
What does Canada's immigration currently look like?
How the immigration might look like in 2050...
Current Demography situation?
- Birth rate: 10.28 births/1000 population (Index Mundi)
- Death rate: 8.2 deaths/1000 population
- Natural Increase: 2.08/1000
- Fertility rate: 1.63 births/woman
- Dependency load rate 32.3
- Age structure:
0-14 years: 15.5% (male 2,753,263/female 2,617,600)15-24 years: 12.9% (male 2,285,268/female 2,160,005)
25-54 years: 41.4% (male 7,253,587/female 7,067,997)
55-64 years: 13.3% (male 2,285,072/female 2,329,760)
65 years and over: 16.8% (male 2,574,216/female 3,241,443)
What will Canada's demography look like in 2050?
How are our First Nations doing right now?
First Nations in 2050?
How will my life being different in the year 2050?
How will my life be different in the year 2050? Well for starters, I think I will have an easier life than my parents. Currently in Canada, jobs aren't that easy to find. You have to have experience and many qualifications. But if my predictions about how Canada will be like in 2050, are right, then for me and anyone around my age, jobs won't be that difficult to find. Since all the baby boomers will be grown up and elderly and in retirement, a huge chunk of the workplace's employees will be gone. That's where they will need the younger population which will be in their 20's-50's to fill in the jobs. There will be so many job opportunities open, that Canada will need even more immigrants to come and be part of our community. That also means that there will be even more cultures and religions among us that we can explore. All the traditions, celebrations, music, food, etc. will be part of the Canadian communities too. Also since there will be many residents in the retirement homes, the medical field will need to have a larger amount of employees to help our seniors and help sustain our community. In the end, I think that living in Canada in 2050 will be easier than what our parents are going through just for us to have a brighter future. so choose wisely about what you're going to do with your future.
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