In 2030, the population of Western Europe will reach 517 million, an increase of 5.9% from 2012. This represents a slowing down of population growth compared to the 2000s due to declining natural change combined with a lower rate of net migration in 2012-2030. Western Europe will be the second oldest region in the world in 2030 with a median age of 43.9 years. Furthermore, the 65+ age range is set to increase rapidly and will account for a huge 22.3% of the total population by 2030.
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