Japan’s Population Has Fallen For The Fifth Year In A Row (That Might Be Good News)

“Japan has the world’s oldest population, with a median age of 46 years, an average lifespan of 84, and a quarter of the population over 65. But this doesn’t have to mean a gloomy future. What happens in the coming years might even point the way for other countries.”

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