The charts below give Information on the ages of the populations of Yemen and Italy in 2000 and projections for 2050. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
Here, the provided pie charts illustrate the data about the people who belong to various age groups in Italy and Yemen in 2000 and 2050.
A fleeting glance at the charts reflects that in Yemen, slightly more than half of the folk belonged to the younger age in 2000, which is expected to decrease in the next five decades. However, only a few were senior citizens (3.6%) in 2000, which will increase to 5.7% in 2050, and the rest of the people follow the Same transpeople. In 2000, the number was 46.3%, which will rise to 57.3% in 2050.
A glance at data reveals that in Italy, significant citizens belonged to the 15-59 age group (61.6%) in 2000; moreover, children were about 15%, but in 2050 it will be 46.2% and 11.5%, respectively. Nonetheless, about a quarter of old age in 2000 will increase to 42.3% in 2050.
Overall, the most striking data is that the number of people in the 60+ age and 15-59 age groups in Yemen and the 60+ age group people in Italy is expected to rise in future due to medical facilities, whereas the rest Follows the reverse trend.
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