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An opportunity for those with experience in helping the elderly to travel immediately to Canada





An opportunity for those with experience in helping the elderly to travel immediately to Canada
New job opportunities are promising for those who wish to reside in this Canadian province, as the province needs assistants to care for the elderly .. The Statistics Institute in Quebec expects that the province's population will reach 9 million by 2030 and to nearly 10 million by 2066, according to the projections contained in A document issued by the institute on demographic projections between 2016-2066.




In 2018, Quebec had a population of more than 8.4 million.
And if the population of Quebec continues to grow for several decades, in return the number of elderly persons who are in it will increase to the extent that the age groups that make up it change.




    “Generally speaking, the average age of the population of Quebec will increase from 41.9 years in 2016 to 46.4 in 2066.” Extract from the demographic forecast for Quebec and its regions 2016-2066
As evidence of population aging, population growth will be concentrated in the group of 65 years and over, according to demographers' warnings.
And within the overall increase of 1.7 million people expected in Quebec between 2016 and 2066, the group of 65 years and over will increase by 1.3 million people, according to the 85-page document published on the occasion of World Population Day.
 The elderly of the total population increased from 18% in 2016 to 28% in 2066, according to expectations.



This means that the population aged 65 or more will grow from about 1.7 million in 2016 to more than 2.7 million by 2066.
Among them, the proportion of people over 85 years of age can increase fourfold during this period to reach around 736,000 in 2066, according to the Institute's calculations.
The number of 100-year-olds will reach about 45,000 by 2066, after it nearly 2,000 in 2016.
Baby boomers, that is, born after the Second World War, are over 65 years old. This large group has moved from a group of 20 to 64 years old to a group of 65 years and over. This explains a large portion of this increase. Chantal Gerard is a demographer at the Institute of Statistics of Quebec
The Institute for Statistics predicts a dearth of individuals between the ages of 20 and 64 who represent the workforce by 2030. However, “their number may rise slightly in the future to the current level.”



It is expected that the 20-64 age group will drop from 5 million to 4.9 million between 2016 and 2031 before increasing to 5.2 million by 2066.
In parallel, the share of this age group in the total population will drop from 61% in 2016 to 53% in 2066.


    It is the employers who will suffer. We will not be able to provide economic development and provide products and services to the public. ”, Eve-Toma Dorval, CEO of the Council of Employers in Quebec
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