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7 Numbers Shaping Tomorrow's World

NUMBERS SHAPING TOMORROW'S WORLD 50% of all the people who have ever lived to the age of 65 are still alive today. Almost 50% of adults in the US are single. In 1950, the number was 22%. By 2050, Asia is expected to be responsible for 50% of global economic output (the same as it was back in 1820). By 2045, there could be 50 trillion | things connected to the internet. .... Only 1% of internet searches proceed beyond the first page of results. Q০২৭৭৭৭२৭ Q9999 Q९২ 99999999999999999a ২९९९९९९९९९९९९९९९९९ 999999 R9999 Q99999 999999999999999999 Mental health disorders affect 25% of people worldwide. By 2030, † global demand for water is forecast to increase by 40%. Sources: 1) Brainmail/Agebomb.com 2) 3) Brainmail/Asia Development Bank 4) Brainmail/MOD analysis Brainmail/The Dumbest Generation by Mark Bauerlein Brainmail/New York Times 5) 6) Brainmail/World Health Organisation 7) Brainmail/NAP.edu/United Nations/World Economic Forum More fabulous facts at http://brainmail.nowandnext.com Design by: QUANTUM INFOGRAPHICS www.quantuminfographics.com

7 Numbers Shaping Tomorrow's World

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How trends connected to elderly people, single people, Asia, Internet of Things, internet search habits, mental health and global demand for water shape tomorrow's world? Take a look.

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