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The United Nations estimates that this number will increase to about 3.7 million in the next 30 years by 2050.
- Good signs – the number of centenarians in the world is increasing rapidly, India is also included in the top five countries, India has 27 thousand centenarians
The population of people above 100 years of age in the world has crossed 5.73 lakhs. In 1990 it was only 1.25 lakh. In 30 years the number has increased more than four times. The United Nations estimates that this number will increase to about 3.7 million in the next 30 years by 2050. In 1990, out of 10,000 people over the age of 65, on average, only 2.9 lived more than a hundred years, in 2015 this figure rose to 7.4. It is projected to be 23.2 in 2050.
People of more than 100 age will grow at this speed in the world
China and India in top five countries due to huge population
The United States has the largest population of people over the age of 100. It is followed by Japan, China, India and Italy. China and India are in the top five due to huge populations. In India in 2015, there were 27 thousand people whose age was more than 100.
The number of centenarians will increase rapidly in three countries
Population in India and America will be younger than in China, Japan and Italy
In China, Japan and Italy, the number of people over the age of 100 will increase rapidly. By 2050, the number of people over 100 years old in China will be 4.6 per 10,000, an increase of 13 times compared to today. In Japan this number will increase nine times to 41.1. Whereas in Italy it will be 38.3.
Here in India and America, this number will not increase so fast. In the US, in 2050, 9.7 people per 10 thousand will be over a hundred years old, while in India this number will be 1.2. Then the total population in India and America will be younger than in China, Japan and Italy.