Germany: Number of young people falls to record low – People aged 15 to 24 have never made such a small share of Germany’s population. The latest figures show only 10% of the population fall into this age group — putting Germany below the European average.
But at least the number of migrants coming to Germany continues to rise. Up to 400 per day now. And they tend to have really big families.
So, do the math or whatever.
Number of young people in Germany continues to fall – The proportion of youth and young adults in the German population is growing ever smaller.
The number of people between 15 and 24 years old in Germany continues to sink, with just 8.5 million in this age group living in the country at the end of 2019, figures released by the Federal Statistical Office (Destatis) showed on Tuesday.
That makes up just 10.3% percent of Germany’s population of 83.2 million people, Destatis said.
The German figures were released ahead of International Youth Day on Wednesday.
Or Volk, if you prefer. Thanks to you a total Corona lockdown is virtually assured now.
Confusion, defiance and parties in the park: A postcard from Berlin under coronavirus lockdown – Police had to break up several so-called “Corona Parties” on Monday evening, where hundreds of students had bought cases of Corona beer and gathered in parks.
In Berlin zum Beispiel sind die Clubs zwar geschlossen, trotzdem treffen sich viele Jugendliche einfach in Parks zum gemeinsamen Trinken.