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Changing distribution of elderly people.
In –16, Australian men aged 65 could expect to live another 20 years and women another 22 years In , 1 in 3 older people were born overseas; the majority of these were born in a non-English speaking country In , over 1 in 7 Australians were aged 65 years and over In , 1 in 8 older people were engaged in employment, education or training Pause China will include expenses of caring for elderly people in the categories of tax-deductible items while setting the minimum threshold for individual income tax at 5, yuan ($) per month, according to the National People's Congress Standing Committee,
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How is the economic status of the elderly changing and what are their prospects for the future. My portrait tells us how well off they are on average, but also about the vast disparities that exist among them.
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According to the above definitions by the Research Group of the China Research Center on Aging25 and the CHARLS data, the self‐care ability of the elderly people was calculated for Table 1 indicates that the proportion of elderly people who cannot take care of themselves represented % of the total respondents and those having mild, moderate Geriatrics, or geriatric medicine, is a specialty that focuses on health care of elderly people.
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