Canada and Russia; 2016 vs 2040

Musarat, Saima and Zahoor

Find/Predict this data:

Canada 2016:


Population: 35.587.000

Median Age: 40.3

Fertility Rate: 1.67

Life Expectancy: 81.5

Population Rank: 37


Canada 2040:


Population: 42.478.000

Median age: 41.00

Fertility Rate: 2.1

Life expectancy: 85
Population Rank: 50

Find/Predict this data:

Russia 2016:


Population: 143.435.000

Median age: 38.4

Fertility Rate: 1.51

Life Expectancy: 66.3

Population Rank : 9




Russia 2040:


Population: 132.892.000

Median Age: 41.00

Fertility Rank: 1.5

Life expectancy: 70

Population Rank: !5

Age Cohorts of the Population in 2016.

Canada:


% of population under 15 is 15.7

% of population between 15-64 is 68.5

% of population over 65 is 15. 9



Russia:


% of population under 15 is 15.7

% of population between 15-64 is 71.8

% of population over 65 is 13


Q. What does this mean for Canada and Russia?

A. It means that Canada and Russia is the same Cohorts.

Net Migration 2016:

Canada: 201.082


Russia: 75.060


Q. What does this mean for both countries?

A. It means that both countries are accepting migration, but Canada much more than Russia.

Births and deaths per day in 2016

Canada:


Birth per day: 1.010

Deaths per day: 784



Russia:


Birth per day: 5.297

Deaths per day: 5.229



Q. What do you find interesting about this data?

A. What is very interesting for us is that in Russia the death rate and the birth rate are very similar.

Second that the population of this two countries are going down, while the other countries are going up.

Push and full Factors

Canada:

Push Factors:

1. Cold weather

2. Poverty

3. Natural disasters


Pull Factors:

1. Good education

2. good healthcare

3. Good job opportunities



Russia:

Push Factors:

1. Poor job opportunities

2. Cold weather

3. Rotting infrastructure


Pull Factors:

1. Life expectancy

2. Good education

3. Good health Care

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