The line graph illustrates the percentage of people who older than 65 in the period of 100 years from 1940 till 2040 in three countries, namely Japan, Sweden, USA.

Overall, it noticeable that the proportion of the population aged 65 and above increases in each country between 1940 to 2040. Japan is expected to see the most dramatic changes.

In 1940, the percentage of elderly people in USA and Sweden was between 5 to 10 percent. This rate kept rise up to exactly 15% and about 14% respectively. For the next 60 years, Sweden become the country stands at second place have senior citizens who older than 65 years, with about 2% more than USA.

On the other hand, Japan started with a small percentage in 1940. 60 years later there still no dramatically changes in the number of population aged 65 and over. But for the next 20 years, this country has climb up to 10% and even overtake USA and Japan in 2040 at approximate 27%. The fluctuation in Japan make they become the country has the highest percentage of older people.

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The line graph illustrates the percentage of people [ 1] who older than 65 [ 2] in the period of 100 years from 1940 till 2040 in three countries, namely Japan, Sweden, [ 3] and [ 4] the USA.

Overall, it noticeable that the proportion of the population aged 65 and above increases in each country between 1940 to 2040. over that period, the lines for the USA and Sweden follow a similar pattern, and Japan is expected to see the most dramatic [ 5] changes. rise.

In 1940, the percentage of elderly people in the USA was around 9%, and in Sweden was about 7%. between 5 to 10 [ 6] percent. This rate kept rise up rose to exactly 15% for the former and about 14% for the latter by 1980. respectively. For the next 60 years, Sweden become the country stands at second place have senior citizens who older than 65 years, with about 2% more than USA. After that, the graph for Sweden goes up in steps, overtaking the graph for the USA in the 1990s. Sweden’s rate of elderly people is expected to reach just over 25% by 2040. Meanwhile, despite plateauing in the middle, the graph for the USA is projected to rise to approximately 23% by the year 2040.

On the other hand, Japans graph starts at a low of 5%, and is concave up between 1940 and the early 2030s. , started with a small percentage in 1940. 60 years later there still no dramatically changes in the number of population aged 65 and over. But for the next 20 years, this country has climb up to 10% and even overtake USA and Japan in 2040 at approximate 27%. The fluctuation in Japan make they become the country has the highest percentage of older people. It then rises dramatically to reach 27% by 2040.

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[ 2]: Avoid repetitive waffle in task 1. It is supposed to be a concise summary.

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[ 4]: Note “the USA”.

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The line graph illustrates the percentage of people older than 65 in the period of 100 years from 1940 till 2040 in three countries, namely Japan, Sweden and the USA.

Overall, it is noticeable that the proportion of the population aged 65 and above increases in each country between 1940 and 2040.

The USA and Sweden have the similar trend and Japan is expected to see the most dramatic rise. In 1940, the percentage of elderly people in the USA and Sweden was around 9%. This rate kept rise up to exactly 15% for the former and about 14% for the latter by 1980. For the next 40 years, the USA remain slightly go up while Sweden considerably rise, till 2040 both nations reach to about 18% people older than 65 years.

On the other hand, Japan’s figure started at a low of 5%. This proportion remain stable until 2020. But for the next 20 years, this country climb up to 10%, Japan’s populaiton aged 65 and over is expected to rise dramatically and peak at 27% in 2040. Japan overtake Sweden and the US and become the first country has the highest percentage of older people.

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The line graph illustrates the percentage of people older than 65 in the period of 100 years from 1940 till 2040 in three countries, namely Japan, Sweden and the USA.

Overall, it is noticeable that the proportion of the population aged 65 and above increases in each country between 1940 and 2040.The USA and Sweden have the follow a similar trend, and Japan is expected to see the most dramatic rise.

In 1940, the percentage of elderly people in the USA and Sweden was around 9%. This rate kept rise increased up to exactly 15% for the former and about 14% for the latter by 1980. For the next 40 years, the USAs graph remained mostly flat, slightly go up while Swedens saw a considerable considerably rise, till 2040 when both nations are expected to reach to a rate of about 18%. people older than 65 years.

On the other hand, Japan’s figure started at a low of 5%. This proportion dipped slightly but started rising in the 1990s, and remain stable until 2020. But for the next 20 years, this around 2030, that country’s rate of elderly people is set to more than double, from 10% to about 25%, and then gradually keep rising to reach approximately 27% by 2040. climb up to 10%, Japan’s populaiton aged 65 and over is expected to rise dramatically and peak at 27% in 2040. Japan overtake Sweden and the US and become the first country has the highest percentage of older people.