The population of Lithuania (edition 2022)

Aging of population

 

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At the beginning of 2021, the median age of the popu­la­­tion of Lithuania was 44 years (for men – 40 years, for women – 48), i.e. by 4 years longer than at the beginning of 2010 (for men – by 3 years, for women – by 5). At the beginning of 2021, the median age of men was by 8 years shorter than that of women (at the beginning of 2010, by 6 years).

 

Median age of the population, 2010–2021

Beginning of the year, years

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Index of ageing, 2010–2021

Number of elderly (aged 65 and older) persons per 100 children (aged 0–14), beginning of the year

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Age-dependency ratios, 2010–2021

Children (aged 0–14) or elderly people (aged 65 and older) per 100 population aged 15–64, beginning of the year

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