The average person is about 67 now, according to the latest census data, but this statistic is largely ignored by the media.
This year, the average age of a British citizen is 57, according the BBC, and this statistic has been largely ignored as the country has fallen into a “death spiral” as the population ages.
And it’s not just the old that is getting old.
As the age of the population continues to decline, there will be more elderly people to care for, and more people who are going to die at a younger age.
There are a number of reasons for this, according it: People tend to die younger People live longer The UK has the longest life expectancy in the developed world.
There is no doubt that ageing is one of the major factors that are slowing our progress towards a more sustainable future.
However, this doesn’t mean that older people aren’t important.
It’s important that we consider their impact on the future of our society.
For example, if we compare the number of people over 65 with the number over 65 in Australia, it’s obvious that Australia is a different place in 2050.
Australia has seen a population boom, but that has led to a slower decline in life expectancy.
This has been attributed to two factors.
Firstly, Australia has a higher birth rate, which means that people are less likely to die young.
Secondly, Australians have had a longer life expectancy than other developed countries, meaning that the population has been growing faster.
In the UK, the difference between the number aged over 65 and the number above 65 is estimated to be 0.6 years.
This means that the UK is now one of just two countries that are expected to have a younger population by 2050 than the UK as a whole.
This could have significant impacts on the UK economy.
For instance, a slowdown in the population could lead to slower economic growth, and there will also be a smaller number of pensioners and the elderly.
This might also have an impact on some older people’s finances.
However these are just a few reasons why older people are important to consider.
As we age, we become more dependent on social and financial support.
We’re expected to do things like work longer hours, spend more time with family and friends and, of course, have fewer friends.
But this does mean that we need to consider the consequences of our choices when it comes to spending and retirement.
When we look at the impact of ageing on the economy, it becomes clear that we’re seeing a lot more of this happening in the UK than other countries.
This is particularly true for people in their 70s and 80s, and the UK has a long way to go to get there.
For more information on the topic of ageing, we suggest you check out this article.