Different types of demographics are present they are for corporate marketing goals ,demographic data collected to build a profile for organization customer base in them common are age, sex, income level and employment. Governmental agencies are to collect the date when conducting a national census and may use them for forecast economic patterns. Demographic changes for healthcare the older people in between 2000 to 2050 the increased by 135% and more than 85 and over age people have a long term care serves is projected to increase by350% the proportion is about age 85 and older will increased from 1.6% in 2000 to 4.8% in 2050.The main points about the demographic change is first, the higher proportion of its population that is over age of 65.secondly the slow growth in the working age population will mean the relatively fewer people to pay the taxes necessary to support public.
In demographics the sources of currently available date on the aging population are by decennial census and sample surveys. These surveys have a sample size that is too small to provide detailed age breaks in subgroups of older people.
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