The number of staff in Austria rises up to around five percent by 2050. This is largely due to immigrants – because without being, the labor supply would be by 2050 a & # 39 , a 17% decline. By 2080, labor supply was reduced by 35 per cent to non-immigration. However, much of the increase in the staff is included in international immigrants, Austria's Statistic Consultant Konrad Pesendorfer said.
"It's definitely about well-educated people. If Austria is still to play in the highest (Europe, Note), the level of education is very important," Pesendorfer said in the Ö1 Mittagsjournal. It is important that a migration policy is followed, which leaves immigrant training. In any case, the normal immigration emigration picture is a refugee in 2015 and 2016, Pesendorfer continued.
The level of the elders and women is growing
The current residency repression also has a & # 39; shows that many more people and women work For example, the number of people over the age of 55 will increase by more than half between 2017 and 2050, rising to around one million people. So, the proportion of older people in the total staff to 22 per cent in 2050 a & 39; an increase, so Alexander Hanika, who created the rehearsal. The number of people working in the prime age will fall just before 2050.
The department of women in the workforce will increase to about 49 per cent in just over three decades, according to Hanika. In 2017, it was about 46 per cent, with older women in particular to grow here. The general earning level will increase from 76% in 2017 with six per cent by 2050. It's amazing that women's earnings in this time are almost five times. In the long run, around four in five people aged 15 to 64 engage in the labor market.
Carinthia against her move
It is expected that the strongest rise in the staff in Vienna, where the highest population will be expected. "In addition to the job opportunities, Vienna has very strong training too," said Pesendorfer in the Mittagsjournal. The best example of immigration is from Germany. At the bottom of the list is Carinthia, where the number of people in employment fell by eight percent by 2050. By 2080, the population declined by four percent.
Ten million residents by 2080
In total, the local population is expected to grow by 13% to ten million by 2080, as shown by the population's republic released Thursday. At this time Austria has 8.8 million people – therefore, from the last census in 2001, the country has risen by ten percent, from around eight million people by 2017. By 2022, the signal Nine million residents to go over it.
Future birth defects will be included in immigration. Unless immigration, Austria's population dropped below 8.8 million by 2080, Pesendorfer said. By 2080, a proportion of people born from foreign countries are expected to rise from 19 to 26 per cent. Half of the emigrants are expected to come from EU countries or EFTA, 17 per cent from third European countries (including Turkey), 16 per cent from Asia and just 3 per cent from Africa.
Population is older
Although the number of people under 20 will rise slightly over the next few years, some of the population will decline in the long term. It is not surprising that Austria's population is also older: According to a prejudice, the number of people over 65 will be older; Increasing by over half over the next 20 years. The average age and life expectancy will also be raised in the future. Depending on the prognosis, the process of older age becomes worse because boomers, with a high birth rate, now have a problem; going into the age off.
The people of Austria are growing
The people of Austria will continue to grow in the decades ahead. In addition to Carinthia, there is an increase in all federal states.
The development of the population is changing significantly by division. In addition to the strong growth in Vienna, the numbers that fall in Carinthia, Austria are low and Burgenland also has a " show growth in the middle. The movement in Vorarlberg, Upper Austria, Salzburg and Styria is lower than the federal average. The future development of Tyrol population runs in central Austria.