Ageing and Longevity

Germany will hit a significant demographic milestone over the next year

In 2019, Germany will have fewer citizens under the age of 30 then those who will be 60 or older. Image: REUTERS/Michaela Rehle

Jeff Desjardins

Founder and editor, Visual Capitalist

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