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    • Number of persons 65+, 1900-2060
       
    • Growth of older adult population between 2000 and 2040
      Between 2000 and 2040, the number of older adults will double to 82.3 million people.  
    • Growth of 65+ population between 2003 and 2060
      Between 2003 and 2013, the 65+ population increased from 35.9 million to 44.7 million. By 2060, this number is expected to reach 98 million.  
    • Racial and ethnic minority older population growth by 2030
      Racial and ethnic minorities comprised 21.2 percent of the older population in 2013, and are expected to comprise 28.5 percent of the older population in 2030.  
    • 85+ population growth between 2013 and 2040
      In 2013, the 85 and over population was 6 million. By 2040, this population will be 14.6 million.  
    • Percent growth in oldest-old population by 2050
      The oldest-old population is projected to increase by 21 percent by 2050.  
    • Older population growth between 2030 and 2050
      Between 2030 and 2050, the 85 and older population is expected to grow 2.3 percent.  
    • Oldest age group growth, 2010-2050
      The oldest age group is expected to grow from 5.8 million in 2010 to 19 million in 2050.  
    • Growth of total population by 2050
      Every age group is expected to be larger in 2050 than it is now.  
    • Effect of immigration on aging population growth
      As younger immigrants move into the United States, the rate of the aging U.S. population is slowed.  
    • Working age population as nation ages
      The working age population in the U.S. is expected to drop from 60 percent of the population in 2010 to 55 percent by 2030.  
    • Older population as percentage of total population, 2030
      By 2030, 19 percent of the U.S. population will be a part of the older population.  
    • Number of older Americans, 2050
      In 2010, the 65 and older population was 40.2 million. By 2050, that number is expected to grow to 88.5 million.  
    • Oldest-old population growth due to Baby Boomers
      By 2030, the oldest-old population will grow immensely as the Baby Boomer population reaches the age of 85+.  
    • Baby Boomer population growth by 2030
      The “Baby Boomers” will cause a significant increase in the older population until 2030, when the last of this group reaches old age.  
    • Older adult population growth, 2000-2030
      The older adult population is expected to grow from 35 million in 2000 to 75 million in 2030, comprising 20 percent of the U.S. population.  
    • Future substance abuse among the older population
      There will be approximately 5 million older adults with substance abuse problems in 2020.  
    • Growth of older population who are of ethnic/minority populations
      The proportion of older adults who are of ethnic and minority populations is expected to increase from 9.5 million in 2013 to 21.1 million in 2030.  
    • Growth of 85+ population between 2013 and 2040
      From 2013 to 2040, the 85+ population is expected to grow by 8.6 million.  
    • Growth of 65+ population between 2010 and 2030
      In 2010, seniors age 65 and older comprised 13% of the total U.S. population. That number will grow to 20% in 2030.  
    • 85+ population by 2050
      By 2050, the number of Americans age 85 years and older will nearly quadruple to 21 million.  
    • Increase in 90-and-older population by the 2030s
      In the 2030s, the 90-and-older population is projected to experience a  71 percent jump, as opposed to a 10 percent increase for those aged 65–89 years old.  
    • Population growth between 2020 and 2030
      Between 2020 and 2030, growth of the population aged 65–89 is projected to outpace that of the population aged 90 and over when the 65–89 age group is projected to…  
    • Age of U.S. population in 40 years
      The U.S. population 40 years from now is projected to have 20 percent aged 65 and over, and one-tenth of them aged 90 and over (that is, 2 percent of…  
    • Increase in 90+ population, 2040 and 2050
      The percentage of 90 and older is expected to rise again—reaching 7.1 percent in 2040 and 9.9 percent in 2050—when all of the baby boomers become 85 years of age…  
    • Projections for 90 and over population, 2010 to 2050
      The total population aged 90 and over is projected to more than quadruple from 2010 to 2050, compared to a doubling of the population aged 65 to 89.  
    • Number of Persons 65+, 1900 – 2030
      Number of Persons 65+, 1900 – 2030  
    • 85+ population projections 2009-2020
      The 85+ population will grow from 5.6 million in 2009 to 5.8 million in 2010 to 6.6 million in 2020.  
    • Growth of 65+ population between 2009 and 2030
      People 65+ will grow from 12.9% of the population in 2009 to an estimated 19.3% of the population in 2030.  
    • Older Americans in 2030
      By 2030, there will be an estimated 72.1 million older Americans–almost doubling from 2008.  
    • Growth of 65 and older population through 2020
      The 65 and older population will grow from 35 million in 2000 to 40 million in 2010 (a 15% increase) to 55 million in 2020 (a 36% increase).  
    • Growth of 85+ population between 2010 and 2050
      In 2010, an estimated 6 million Americans were 85 years and older.  By 2050, that number is exptected to nearly quadruple to 21 million.  
    • Oldest old population projections between 2010 and 2050
      Between 2010 and 2050, the oldest-old are expected to increase from 15% to 24% of all older Americans.  This will result in an additional 15 million oldest-old.  
    • Growth of 65 and older population between 2000 and 2030
      The 65 and older population is project to be twice as large in 2030 as in 2000, growing from 35 million to 72 million; almost 20% of the U.S. population  
    • Population growth of 85 and older population through 2050
      The population of those aged 85 and over is projected to grow from 5.7 million in 2008 to over 19 million by 2050.  
    • Total Population, by age: United States, 1980-2050
      Total Population, by age: United States, 1980-2050  
    • Older population by 2030
      By 2030, the segment of the U.S. population aged 65 and older is expected to double. At that time, the estimated 71 million older Americans will make up approximately 20%…  
    • 85+ population projections through 2020
      The 85 and over population in the U.S. is projected to increase from 4.2 million in 2000 to 5.7 million in 2010 (36% increase) and then to 6.6 million in…  
    • Rise in life expectancy by 2050
      Government forecasts may have underestimated life expectancy by inadvertently leaving out the effect of advances in biomedical techology that delay the onset of disease or slow the aging process. Results…  
    • Projected Percent of U.S. Population Aged 65 and Older: 2010 to 2050
      Projected Percent of U.S. Population Aged 65 and Older: 2010 to 2050  
    • Projected U.S. Population Aged 65 and Older: 2010 to 2050
      Projected U.S. Population Aged 65 and Older: 2010 to 2050  
    • Number of people 65+ projections, 1900-2050
      Number of people age 65 and over, by age group, selected years 1900-2006 and projected 2010-2050  
    • Population projections for 85+ population through 2050
      The U.S. Census Bureau projects that the 85 and over population could grow from 5.3 million in 2006 to about 21 million by 2050.  
    • Older population by 2030
      In 2030, it is expected that the older population will total 71.5 million people (20% of the total population)–twice as many as in 2000.  
    • Number of Persons 65+, 1900-2030
      Number of Persons 65+, 1900-2030 (in millions)  
    • Population Projections: 65 and over
      Population Projections: 65 and over  
    • Increase in 65 and older population, 2003 to 2030
      The U.S. census bureau projects a rise in the 65 and older population, from 12.4% in 2003 to 17.4% in 2030.  
    • Projections for 85+ population, 2010 and 2020
      The number of people age 85 and older is projected to be 6.1 million in 2010, and increase to 7.3 million in 2020.  
    • Population projections between 2004 and 2024
      Between 2004 and 2014, the 65 and older population is projected to increase by 25.2%. Between 2004 and 2024, it is projected to increase by 70.2%.  
    • Older population by 2050
      By 2050, individuals ages 65-74 are projected to make up 9% of the population. Individuals ages 75 and older are projected to make up 11.6% of the population.  
    • Population projections 2020
      By 2020, the 65 and older population is projected to be over 54 million. The 75 and older population is projected to be close to 23 million.  
    • U.S. 65+ population in 2030
      Because of longer life spans and aging baby boomers, the U.S. population aged 65 and older will double to 71 million (20% of the population) by 2030.  
    • Projected Population Growth
      Projected Population Growth  
    • Population Growth
      Population Growth  
    • Changing Demographics of the U.S. Population, 2000-2100
      Changing Demographics of the U.S. Population, 2000-2100  
    • Population projection 55-64 between 2004 and 2024
      Between 2004 and 2014, the population 55-64 years of age is projected to increased by 35.9%. Between 2004 and 2024 it is projected to increase by 42.9%.  
    • Population projections 2010
      By 2010, the 65 and older population is projected to be over 40 million. The 75 and older population is projected to be close to 19 million.  
    • Older population by 2040
      By 2040, the 65 and older population is projected to be over 80 million. The 75 and older population is projected to be over 44 million.  
    • Older population projections by 2030
      By 2030, the 65 and older population is projected to be over 71 million. The 75 and older population is projected to be over 33 million.  
    • Older population projections by 2050
      By 2050, the 65 and older population is projected to be close to 87 million. The 75 and older population is projected to be close to 49 million.  
    • Population projection 65-74 by 2040
      Between 2004 and 2050, the 65-74 population will increase from 6% to 9% of the total and the 75 and older population will increase from 6% to 12%. By the…  
    • Baby boomers in 2029
      By 2029, all of the baby boomers will be age 65 and older.  
    • Growth of 55-64 population in ten years
      The 55-64 population is projected to be the fastest growing segment of the adult population over the next 10 years.  
    • Number of centenarians by 2045
      By 2045, the number of centenarians in the United States is projected to reach 757,000.  
    • Number of 65 year olds, starting in 2011-2031
      On January 1, 2011, as the baby boomers begin to celebrate their 65th birthdays, 10,000 people will turn 65 every day–this will continue for 20 years.