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Our Aging Population

Our Aging Population The oldest members of the Baby Boom generation are just hitting 65. That means a much larger percentage than ever before of the US population are soon-to-be seniors. A GROWING DEMOGRAPHIC The U.S. population is expected to grow 42% from 2010 to 20o50 There are currently 40.2 MILLION Americans aged 65 + older. 310M 439M 100 эоо 300 400 500 There will be 88.5 MILLION by the year 2050. The 85+ population is expected to grow 328% from 2010 to 2050 5.8M 19M In 2050, the oldest age group will account for 4.3% of our population, up from 1.9% in 2010. 1.9% By 2030 1 in 5 PEOPLE will be 65 + older. 4.3% DEPENDENCY caring for those who need it The combined Youth/Senior dependency ratio will increase from Senior dependents will increase by 67 to 85 from 2010 - 2050. I Senior dependents | Youth dependents |68% 2010 2050 100 80 35 37 37 60 28 22 Youth dependents increase by only |6.7% 40 2010 2050 46 48 48 48 45 20 2040 2050 2030 2020 2010 A DIVERSE DEMOGRAPHIC Senior Population Numbers Among Different Races Different segments of the population have different age make-ups within their own populations. This bar chart shows the percentage of the total population of each race that is 65+ in 2010, 2030, and 2050. It is growing among all races, but at different rates. I Non-Hispanie White American Indian + Alaska Native 2010 2030 2050 Asian Hispanie I Black Two or More Races | Native Hawaiian + Pacifie Islander Women & Aging As women continue to outlive men, the percentage of the senior population will trend female, and this gap will widen as age increases. O2010 O 2030 70 2050 60 50 65-74 74-85 85+ Age Group THE BIG PICTURE Age as Percentage of Population | Under 20 I 20-64 1 65+ 13% U.S. Population Projections by Age Through 2050 О го-64 O Under 20 In millions O 65+ 27.1% 2010 59.9% 200 19.3% 26.2% 2030 150 54-5% 100 20.2% 25.7% 2050 54.1% 2010 2020 2030 2040 2050 SOURCES http://www.aoa.gov/AoARoot/Aging_Statistics/future_growth/DOCS/p25-1138.pdf All Assisted Living Homes DESIGNED BY KILLER INFOGRAPHICS Percentage of Aging Population Our Aging Population The oldest members of the Baby Boom generation are just hitting 65. That means a much larger percentage than ever before of the US population are soon-to-be seniors. A GROWING DEMOGRAPHIC The U.S. population is expected to grow 42% from 2010 to 20o50 There are currently 40.2 MILLION Americans aged 65 + older. 310M 439M 100 200 300 400 500 There will be 88.5 MILLION by the year 2050. The 85+ population is expected to grow 328% from 2010 to 2050 •..• . 5.8M 19М In 2050, the oldest age group will account for 4.3% of our population, up from 1.9% in 2010. 1.9% By 2030 1 in 5 PEOPLE will be 65 + older. 4.3% DEPENDENCY caring for those who need it The combined Youth/Senior dependency ratio will increase from Senior dependents will increase by 67 to 85 from 2010 - 2050. I Senior dependents | Youth dependents |68% 2010 2050 100 80 35 37 37 60 28 22 Youth dependents increase by only |6.7% 40 2010 2050 46 48 48 48 45 20 2040 2050 2030 2020 2010 A DIVERSE DEMOGRAPHIC Senior Population Numbers Among Different Races Different segments of the population have different age make-ups within their own populations. This bar chart shows the percentage of the total population of each race that is 65+ in 2010, 2030, and 2050. It is growing among all races, but at different rates. I Non-Hispanie White American Indian + Alaska Native 2010 2030 2050 Asian Hispanie I Black Two or More Races INative Hawaiian + Pacific Islander Women & Aging As women continue to outlive men, the percentage of the senior population will trend female, and this gap will widen as age increases. O2010 O 2030 70 2050 60 50 65-74 74-85 85+ Age Group THE BIG PICTURE Age as Percentage of Population | Under 20 I 20-64 1 65+ 13% U.S. Population Projections by Age Through 2050 O 20-64 O Under 20 In millions O 65+ 27.1% 2010 59.9% 250 200 19.3% 26.2% 2030 150 54-5% 100 50 20.2% 25.7% 2050 54.1% 2010 2020 2030 2040 2050 SOURCES http://www.aoa.gov/AoARoot/Aging_Statistics/future_growth/DOCS/p25-1138.pdf All Assisted Living Homes DESIGNED BY KILLER INFOGRAPHICS Percentage of Aging Population Our Aging Population The oldest members of the Baby Boom generation are just hitting 65. That means a much larger percentage than ever before of the US population are soon-to-be seniors. A GROWING DEMOGRAPHIC The U.S. population is expected to grow 42% from 2010 to 20o50 There are currently 40.2 MILLION Americans aged 65 + older. 310M 439M 100 200 300 400 500 There will be 88.5 MILLION by the year 2050. The 85+ population is expected to grow 328% from 2010 to 2050 •..• . 5.8M 19М In 2050, the oldest age group will account for 4.3% of our population, up from 1.9% in 2010. 1.9% By 2030 1 in 5 PEOPLE will be 65 + older. 4.3% DEPENDENCY caring for those who need it The combined Youth/Senior dependency ratio will increase from Senior dependents will increase by 67 to 85 from 2010 - 2050. I Senior dependents | Youth dependents |68% 2010 2050 100 80 35 37 37 60 28 22 Youth dependents increase by only |6.7% 40 2010 2050 46 48 48 48 45 20 2040 2050 2030 2020 2010 A DIVERSE DEMOGRAPHIC Senior Population Numbers Among Different Races Different segments of the population have different age make-ups within their own populations. This bar chart shows the percentage of the total population of each race that is 65+ in 2010, 2030, and 2050. It is growing among all races, but at different rates. I Non-Hispanie White American Indian + Alaska Native 2010 2030 2050 Asian Hispanie I Black Two or More Races INative Hawaiian + Pacific Islander Women & Aging As women continue to outlive men, the percentage of the senior population will trend female, and this gap will widen as age increases. O2010 O 2030 70 2050 60 50 65-74 74-85 85+ Age Group THE BIG PICTURE Age as Percentage of Population | Under 20 I 20-64 1 65+ 13% U.S. Population Projections by Age Through 2050 O 20-64 O Under 20 In millions O 65+ 27.1% 2010 59.9% 250 200 19.3% 26.2% 2030 150 54-5% 100 50 20.2% 25.7% 2050 54.1% 2010 2020 2030 2040 2050 SOURCES http://www.aoa.gov/AoARoot/Aging_Statistics/future_growth/DOCS/p25-1138.pdf All Assisted Living Homes DESIGNED BY KILLER INFOGRAPHICS Percentage of Aging Population Our Aging Population The oldest members of the Baby Boom generation are just hitting 65. That means a much larger percentage than ever before of the US population are soon-to-be seniors. A GROWING DEMOGRAPHIC The U.S. population is expected to grow 42% from 2010 to 20o50 There are currently 40.2 MILLION Americans aged 65 + older. 310M 439M 100 200 300 400 500 There will be 88.5 MILLION by the year 2050. The 85+ population is expected to grow 328% from 2010 to 2050 •..• . 5.8M 19М In 2050, the oldest age group will account for 4.3% of our population, up from 1.9% in 2010. 1.9% By 2030 1 in 5 PEOPLE will be 65 + older. 4.3% DEPENDENCY caring for those who need it The combined Youth/Senior dependency ratio will increase from Senior dependents will increase by 67 to 85 from 2010 - 2050. I Senior dependents | Youth dependents |68% 2010 2050 100 80 35 37 37 60 28 22 Youth dependents increase by only |6.7% 40 2010 2050 46 48 48 48 45 20 2040 2050 2030 2020 2010 A DIVERSE DEMOGRAPHIC Senior Population Numbers Among Different Races Different segments of the population have different age make-ups within their own populations. This bar chart shows the percentage of the total population of each race that is 65+ in 2010, 2030, and 2050. It is growing among all races, but at different rates. I Non-Hispanie White American Indian + Alaska Native 2010 2030 2050 Asian Hispanie I Black Two or More Races INative Hawaiian + Pacific Islander Women & Aging As women continue to outlive men, the percentage of the senior population will trend female, and this gap will widen as age increases. O2010 O 2030 70 2050 60 50 65-74 74-85 85+ Age Group THE BIG PICTURE Age as Percentage of Population | Under 20 I 20-64 1 65+ 13% U.S. Population Projections by Age Through 2050 O 20-64 O Under 20 In millions O 65+ 27.1% 2010 59.9% 250 200 19.3% 26.2% 2030 150 54-5% 100 50 20.2% 25.7% 2050 54.1% 2010 2020 2030 2040 2050 SOURCES http://www.aoa.gov/AoARoot/Aging_Statistics/future_growth/DOCS/p25-1138.pdf All Assisted Living Homes DESIGNED BY KILLER INFOGRAPHICS Percentage of Aging Population Our Aging Population The oldest members of the Baby Boom generation are just hitting 65. That means a much larger percentage than ever before of the US population are soon-to-be seniors. A GROWING DEMOGRAPHIC The U.S. population is expected to grow 42% from 2010 to 20o50 There are currently 40.2 MILLION Americans aged 65 + older. 310M 439M 100 200 300 400 500 There will be 88.5 MILLION by the year 2050. The 85+ population is expected to grow 328% from 2010 to 2050 •..• . 5.8M 19М In 2050, the oldest age group will account for 4.3% of our population, up from 1.9% in 2010. 1.9% By 2030 1 in 5 PEOPLE will be 65 + older. 4.3% DEPENDENCY caring for those who need it The combined Youth/Senior dependency ratio will increase from Senior dependents will increase by 67 to 85 from 2010 - 2050. I Senior dependents | Youth dependents |68% 2010 2050 100 80 35 37 37 60 28 22 Youth dependents increase by only |6.7% 40 2010 2050 46 48 48 48 45 20 2040 2050 2030 2020 2010 A DIVERSE DEMOGRAPHIC Senior Population Numbers Among Different Races Different segments of the population have different age make-ups within their own populations. This bar chart shows the percentage of the total population of each race that is 65+ in 2010, 2030, and 2050. It is growing among all races, but at different rates. I Non-Hispanie White American Indian + Alaska Native 2010 2030 2050 Asian Hispanie I Black Two or More Races INative Hawaiian + Pacific Islander Women & Aging As women continue to outlive men, the percentage of the senior population will trend female, and this gap will widen as age increases. O2010 O 2030 70 2050 60 50 65-74 74-85 85+ Age Group THE BIG PICTURE Age as Percentage of Population | Under 20 I 20-64 1 65+ 13% U.S. Population Projections by Age Through 2050 O 20-64 O Under 20 In millions O 65+ 27.1% 2010 59.9% 250 200 19.3% 26.2% 2030 150 54-5% 100 50 20.2% 25.7% 2050 54.1% 2010 2020 2030 2040 2050 SOURCES http://www.aoa.gov/AoARoot/Aging_Statistics/future_growth/DOCS/p25-1138.pdf All Assisted Living Homes DESIGNED BY KILLER INFOGRAPHICS Percentage of Aging Population Our Aging Population The oldest members of the Baby Boom generation are just hitting 65. That means a much larger percentage than ever before of the US population are soon-to-be seniors. A GROWING DEMOGRAPHIC The U.S. population is expected to grow 42% from 2010 to 20o50 There are currently 40.2 MILLION Americans aged 65 + older. 310M 439M 100 200 300 400 500 There will be 88.5 MILLION by the year 2050. The 85+ population is expected to grow 328% from 2010 to 2050 •..• . 5.8M 19М In 2050, the oldest age group will account for 4.3% of our population, up from 1.9% in 2010. 1.9% By 2030 1 in 5 PEOPLE will be 65 + older. 4.3% DEPENDENCY caring for those who need it The combined Youth/Senior dependency ratio will increase from Senior dependents will increase by 67 to 85 from 2010 - 2050. I Senior dependents | Youth dependents |68% 2010 2050 100 80 35 37 37 60 28 22 Youth dependents increase by only |6.7% 40 2010 2050 46 48 48 48 45 20 2040 2050 2030 2020 2010 A DIVERSE DEMOGRAPHIC Senior Population Numbers Among Different Races Different segments of the population have different age make-ups within their own populations. This bar chart shows the percentage of the total population of each race that is 65+ in 2010, 2030, and 2050. It is growing among all races, but at different rates. I Non-Hispanie White American Indian + Alaska Native 2010 2030 2050 Asian Hispanie I Black Two or More Races INative Hawaiian + Pacific Islander Women & Aging As women continue to outlive men, the percentage of the senior population will trend female, and this gap will widen as age increases. O2010 O 2030 70 2050 60 50 65-74 74-85 85+ Age Group THE BIG PICTURE Age as Percentage of Population | Under 20 I 20-64 1 65+ 13% U.S. Population Projections by Age Through 2050 O 20-64 O Under 20 In millions O 65+ 27.1% 2010 59.9% 250 200 19.3% 26.2% 2030 150 54-5% 100 50 20.2% 25.7% 2050 54.1% 2010 2020 2030 2040 2050 SOURCES http://www.aoa.gov/AoARoot/Aging_Statistics/future_growth/DOCS/p25-1138.pdf All Assisted Living Homes DESIGNED BY KILLER INFOGRAPHICS Percentage of Aging Population

Our Aging Population

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Our technologies have not only made life more convenient for us, they have also increased life expectancy in our population. These days people live longer lives, which means the average age in our pop...

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