how do you do this demographic problem?
I was wondering how you would do a simple demography problem that doesn't have to be 100% accurate.
There are 58,133,509 people living in Italy. 55,033,509 are Italians and 3,100,000 ethnic minorities. The total fertility rate for the Italians is 1.15 children per woman in her lifetime. The total fertility rate for the ethnic minorities is 3.6 children born per woman. And each year there are 2.06 ethnic minority migrants per 1,000 of total population. The average life span for the Italians and the ethnic minorities is 79.81 years. The age structure for the population is as follows:
0-14 years 13.8%
15-65 years 66.5%
65 years+ 19.7%
Hopefully my information helped. Do you know how to figure out the precise year in which ethnic minorities will outnumber the Italians?
50% of the population is women, in both groups
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Without knowing which percentage of the Italian population is women and which percent of the ethnic minority population is women, you don't have a way of determining this.