The Demographic Population Pyramid for Denmark

Description of the Population Pyramids:

  • Denmark in 1990:
    • Low Replacement Fertility Rate, meaning that the working age or the women that are old enough don't have as many children as they are supposed to
    • High life expectancy--> people tend to live longer
    • Lower TFR
    • A lot of people within the working age
    • Females have a higher life expectancy then Males
    • Dependency Rate id High, meaning that the older people, 65 and above, depend a lot on the Working age, 15-65

  • Denmark in 2000:
    • Increasing Birth Rate, better medical care and hygiene
    • High Infant mortality
    • Many people are in the working age ( reaching the maximum for the working age)
    • High life expectancy for Females
    • Lower TFR

  • Denmark in 2010:
    • Lower Infant Mortality
    • Low Death Rates
    • Lower life expectancy
    • Old Working Age ( from30-34 to 65-69)
    • Increase in TFR

  • Denmark in 2050 (predicted)
    • Lower Infant Mortality because of better technology
    • Lower Birth Rates
    • Lower Death Rates
    • Very High Life Expectancy (especially for Females)
    • Big gap between 30-34 and 40-44
    • Low TFR