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[Translation from English to Japanese ] What the Average Life Expectancy Will Be in 2050 Talking about the future mak...

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What the Average Life Expectancy Will Be in 2050
Talking about the future makes people more uncomfortable than wearing itchiest wool sweater in the world. While there’s a lot of uncertainty, most of us can safely expect to live a lot longer than our ancestors. Today, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates the average life expectancy for Americans is 78.8. This shows an uptick from even a few years ago, and it looks like it’s going to keep growing. Pew Research Center projected one out of every five Americans will be age 65 or older by 2050, and at least 400,000 people will be 100 or older. As for the rest of the world, the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs says the total number of people who will be age 60 or older is likely to more than double by 2050. This age group will account for 34% of the population in Europe, over 25% in Latin America, the Caribbean, and Asia, and 9% in Africa. These are all increases.
Translated by hhanyu7
未来について語ると人々は、世界でもっとかゆくなるウールのセーターを着るよりも居心地が悪くなる。多くの不確実性がある一方で、私たちのほとんどは、先祖よりも一層長く生きるだろうと確実に考える可能性がある。今日、疾病対策センター(CDC)は、アメリカ人の平均寿命を78.8歳と推測している。これは、数年前よりも上昇していることを示し、その上昇は続きそうである。ピュー・リサーチセンター(Pew Research Center)は、2050年までにアメリカ人の5人に1人は65歳以上になるだろうと推定し、また少なくとも400,000人の人たちは、100歳以上になるだろうと推定している。
Translated by mars16
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