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The same assumption is also made in each variant that Japan’s low rate of net migration, historically, will continue into the future. 2. Demographic dependency ratios, 2000-2050 Percentages 120 80 a B. Total dependency ratiob A. Old age dependency ratio Japan 110 70 Korea Czech Rep. Japan 100 60 Korea Germany Japan 50 Mexico 90 OECD Sweden Sweden Germany 40 30 20 Sweden Japan Germany US OECD Korea US Sweden Japan 80 US Turkey OECD US OECD Germany 70 Sweden US OECD 60 Japan Germany Korea US OECD Germany Sweden Turkey Korea Turkey Turkey 10 0 1975 Korea Mexico 2000 50 2025 2050 40 1975 2000 2025 2050 a) Ratio of the population aged 65 and over to the population aged 20-64.

There will also be fewer children to support. The total dependency ratio takes this factor into account since it is defined as the ratio of the combined population aged less than 20 and 65 and over to the population aged 20 to 64. For Japan, it is projected to rise significantly over the next 25 years from being one of the lowest among OECD countries to being one of the highest. Thus, the rise in Japan’s older population will be greater than the fall in its younger population. In fact, this pattern is projected to continue through to 2050 by which time there will be slightly more than one person of “non-working” age for every person of “working-age” in Japan compared with a ratio of around two to three currently.

Il semble donc exister des possibilités d’enrichir et d’élargir l’offre de formation. Compte tenu du taux de chômage relativement élevé des travailleurs âgés, il est essentiel qu’ils aient accès à des services de l’emploi satisfaisants. Les prestations du Service public de l’emploi (SPE) destinées aux travailleurs âgés ont été remarquablement développées en un court laps de temps. Ainsi, des bureaux spéciaux ont été créés pour répondre aux besoins des demandeurs d’emploi âgés ou des travailleurs âgés exerçant encore une activité.

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