Birth rate in Japan reached its lowest level in 30 years

In the year 2018, only 5,188,590 children were born across Japan

In the year 2018, only 5,188,590 children were born across Japan

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The Japanese nation with the longest honor in the world is currently going through the toughest time of childbirth, and Japan’s birth rate has reached its lowest level in 30 years. Japan is also known as the most powerful nation in the world, with over 25% of the population being 65 years old. The average age of men and women is 81 years while women are 83 years old. While Japan has a reputation in the world as a healthy and lifelong nation, the same nation faces the dangers of low birthrate.

Japan first experienced a decline in birth rates in the 1970s, but it was later controlled and the birth rate improved. But now, according to the latest report, the birth rate has dropped sharply once again. In the first 7 months of this year, the birth rate in Japan dropped to the lowest level in 30 years, US broadcaster CNN said in its report. The report cites Japan’s official data, saying that in 2018, only 5,818,590 babies were born across Japan, and the birth rate per 1000 people was less than 2 decimals. According to Japan’s 2015 census, the total population was 12 million 70 million, down from less than 12 million to 60 million. The surprising thing is that in Japan, where the longest lived masses are found, there are more birth rates than births, and if this is the case, Japan will lose 9 million people by almost the current population by 2065. Japan is considered one of the few countries in the world where the birth rate of children is decreasing every year and Japan and South Korea are among the top countries in such countries.

Causes of Decrease Birth Rate?

According to Japanese government data, locals are less interested in getting married or having sex. Statistics show that men generally marry in Japan at 31 years of age and women at 29 and a half. Delays in boys and girls are also increasing with each passing year, prior to 2015; boys were married for 28 years while girls were married after 26 years.

In Japan alone, in 2018, 5,868,438 people were married but the government did not release statistics on the marriage of the couple to the dogs after one year of childbirth. In Japan, with a population of 1,000, only 5 people get married in 2018, and the number of people in Japan who are not even 50 years old is getting married. The percentage of men who do not marry by the age of 50 has increased by 23% while the rate for women has increased by 14%.

At the same time, the number of non-sexual people in Japan is increasing, and by 2015, 24% of women aged 18 to 39 years were so. Those have never had sex, while the male figure is close to 26%.Japanese people delaying marriage, refusing to have sex and then there is a steady decline in birth rates due to divorces immediately after getting married. According to government data, in 2018 alone, there were more than 83,000 divorces between couples.



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