General Age Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

Find comprehensive market research overviews, and company reports on demographics by general age groups from our collection below.
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General Age Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Laos in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... continue to be one of the younger regional countries influenced by its comparatively higher birth rates. While life expectancy should improve due to advances in healthcare and living standards, it will remain low. Despite swift ... Read More

  • Canada in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... four residents born overseas by the end of this timeframe. Ageing will be swift with a huge quarter of the population reaching retirement age (65+) by 2040, transforming the consumer landscape as lifestyles and spending ... Read More

  • Tanzania in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... one of the youngest countries globally in 2040 as a result of exceptionally high birth rates. Urban population is set to expand at over four times the pace of rural population, while Dar es Salaam ... Read More

  • Iraq in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... will remain extremely young in a global context and the increasing share of working age population should be economically advantageous. At the same time, the urban population should rise swiftly, with Mosul overtaking Baghdad to ... Read More

  • China in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... demographic trend as older groups increase rapidly compounded by falling birth rates and improvements in life expectancy. Heath issues will increase as a result of ageing and lifestyle changes. Urban population growth will remain strong ... Read More

  • Ethiopia in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... will remain young with nearly 60% of the population being under 30 years old. Some improvements in living standards and healthcare will result in increased longevity but many issues remain. Addis Ababa will continue to ... Read More

  • Côte d'Ivoire in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... trend, high birth rates and low life expectancy mean that Côte d’Ivoire will remain one the youngest countries globally with more than three-quarters of the population still under 40 years by 2040. Urban population will ... Read More

  • Estonia in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... hasten, putting added pressure on state resources and impacting the consumer landscape as more enter retirement. Urban population will decline at a faster pace than rural population, while Tallinn will be the only major city ... Read More

  • Bahrain in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... the total population over this timeframe. Ageing will accelerate with the median age remaining one of the highest regionally. Longevity will remain high, but health issues should rise as a result of modern unhealthier lifestyles. ... Read More

  • Ukraine in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... the median age rising rapidly as the 70+ groups surge, impacting the consumer landscape. The urban population share will continue to expand against the tide of depopulation to make up nearly three-quarters of the total ... Read More

  • Tunisia in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... retirement. Ageing and increasingly unhealthier modern lifestyles will put more pressure on the healthcare system. Urbanisation will continue at a vigorous pace, with over two-thirds of the population living in an urban setting by 2040. ... Read More

  • Latin America in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... region will continue to be the second youngest globally due to strong birth rates. Ageing, ongoing poverty in some areas, and unhealthy modern lifestyles may generate health challenges going forwards. Urban shift will continue briskly, ... Read More

  • Georgia in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... hastening of the ageing trend, but Georgia will remain relatively young in a regional context due to higher fertility and birth rates. While the rural population continues its decline, urbanisation will remain swift, with Tbilisi ... Read More

  • Guatemala in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... fertility rates ensure that Guatemala remains an extremely young country. Urbanisation will be rapid up to 2030, with particularly fast growth in the 10 major cities, although Guatemala’s share of urban population will continue to ... Read More

  • Hungary in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... as health issues resulting from unhealthier modern lifestyles, will place added pressure on state resources. Urban population will continue to expand against the tide of depopulation with smaller urban areas benefiting, however Budapest will continue ... Read More

  • Israel in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... than the region overall. Good living standards mean people in Israel tend to live for a longer time, but modern unhealthier lifestyles may put more pressure on the healthcare system. Israel will continue to be ... Read More

  • Latvia in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... regional country by 2030 as the ageing trend accelerates, putting additional pressure on state resources and transforming the consumer landscape further. Urban population, although in decline, will increase its share in total population, while Riga’s ... Read More

  • Belgium in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... rapidly, transforming the demographic landscape. While Belgians live longer than average, health challenges as a result of modern unhealthier lifestyles are increasing. Belgium will continue to be one of the most urbanised regional countries, while ... Read More

  • Finland in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... With more than a quarter of the population aged over 65 by 2030 the consumer landscape will continue to transform, while Finland will remain one of the oldest regional countries by median age. Urban population ... Read More

  • South Korea in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... fertility rates and most elevated life expectancy globally, South Korea’s population will age rapidly up to 2030 by which time a quarter of the population will be aged 65 or over. Urban population will continue ... Read More

  • Austria in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... diverse with over a fifth of the country made up of foreign citizens by 2030. Ageing will continue to be a key trend and the age old dependency ratio will surge. Vienna will continue to ... Read More

  • Lithuania in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... continue to be one of the oldest regional countries, with population growth occurring almost exclusively in older age groups. Urban population will increase as a share of overall population, while the population of Vilnius will ... Read More

  • Adventure Tourism Market by Type (Hard, Soft, and Others), Activity (Land-based Activity, Water-based Activity, and Air-based Activity), Type of Traveler (Solo, Friends/Group, Couple, and Family), Age Group (Below 30 Years, 30–41 Years, 42–49 Years, and 5

    ... and 50 Years & Above), and Sales Channel (Travel Agents and Direct): Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2019-2026 The global adventure tourism market was valued at $586.3 billion in 2018, and is projected to ... Read More

  • Switzerland in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... transforming the demographic landscape further. Life expectancy will continue to be exceptionally high, but new health challenges from ageing and less healthy modern lifestyles will emerge. While the urban population will rise rapidly, it is ... Read More

  • Sweden in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... of young people. Life expectancy will continue to climb, remaining one of the highest regionally. Rapid urbanisation will continue with Helsingborg’s population expanding at the fastest pace out of the 10 major cities up to ... Read More

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