Saturday, 25 May 2019

Life expectancy in 2040: Spain get top ranking and Indonesian ranking rise


IllustrationIllustration -  Life expectancy in 2040 will increase at least in all countries. But the ranking will change dramatically. Indonesia ranks up.

Spain is expected to take the top position of life expectancy. With a projected average life span of almost 85.8 years, Spain - which was previously in 4th place - will lower the throne of Japan, which sits at the top of the current ranking with a lifespan of 83.7 years and will drop to second place in2040.

Two of the world's largest economic forces are exchanging positions compared to 2016: in 2040 the United States is expected to decline from position 43 to 64 (79.8 years), while China rises from position 68 to 39 (81.9 years).

Researchers found other countries that would exchange positions towards longevity including Canada (from 17 to 27), Norway (12 to 20), Australia (5 to 10), Mexico (69 to 87), Taiwan (35 to 42). ) and North Korea (from 125 to 153).

The ranking that rises is Indonesia (from position 117 to 100), Nigeria (157 to 123), Portugal (23 to 5), Poland (48 to 34), Turkey (40 to 26), Saudi Arabia (61 to 43).
With the assumption that the war is endless and destroying ends, Syria will rise from its position ranked 137 in 2016 to rank 80 in 2040.

For the world as a whole, the study researchers projected an average increase of five years in the age range, from age 73.8 in 2016 to 77.7 years in 2040.



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