Demographic transition

Demographic transition,

Definition of Demographic transition:

  1. Economic theory that links population changes to levels of economic, education, and healthcare development. It states that as women become better educated and financially independent, the global fertility rates will continue to decline since women will (1) have fewer children, (2) delay having them, or (3) forgo having them. Low birth rates combined with low death rates (due to better health care and nutrition) will result in an increasing number of older people dependent on pension schemes (see demographic time bomb). Also called demographic evolution.

How to use Demographic transition in a sentence?

  1. Sometimes the area around your business may go through a demographic transition which can either help or hinder your profits.
  2. The area around your business may go through a demographic transition and you will need to be able to change with the times.
  3. The gentrified area saw marked improvement in its public schools over several years and experts agreed it was a positive benefit of the citys most recent demographic transition .

Meaning of Demographic transition & Demographic transition Definition