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  1. How can we explain a number of older people so high?
  2. Although we see the population is increasingly aging, why is necessary to look at this aging population?
  3. So it begs the question, is immigration a solution to population aging?

The comparison between the current age and the pyramid of ages forecast for 2060 shows that it will tend to shrink, we can see that the number of youth will equal the number of seniors while today it was much higher.
Moreover, there are 66 million inhabitants in France, and nowadays is aging from the top, that is to say an increase in life expectancy, is aging, which rises since 2011. However France is champion of fertility with two children per woman, but this only delayed the aging population.

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