Youthful Population - Mexico (Case Study)

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  • Created by: caits
  • Created on: 26-03-14 11:00

Population Pyramids:


Mexico's population has a pyramid shape, in comparison Japan's pyramid is more rounded. Mexico has a larger amount of youths. In Mexico there are 31% of 0-19 year olds whereas Japan only has 13.6%. Japan has more over 65's than Mexico with 5% and Japan 20.8%


  • Child Vaccinations - lowers infant mortality rate
  • Doctors and Nurses - more educated doctors - healthcare improving


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