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    • Trends in Population Growth & Its Effects on Business
      AymanMalki
    • World Population History
    • Developed vs. Developing Nations
      • Developing nations have much steeper growth rates
      • Growth rates in developing nations are similar to those in USA and Europe in the 1800’s
    • Effects on Business
      Lower growth rates than previously projected
      Previous estimates anticipated population passing 11 billion
      Current predictions have population maxing at 9 billion
      Businesses need to change strategy because of new information
    • Effects on Business
      High percentage of senior citizens in developed nations
      Dramatic changes in size of workforce
      Shift in consumer preferences
      Financial strain caused by pensions
    • Effects on Business
      Immigration
      Caused by unemployment resulting from population growth
      Developing nations may lose most productive citizens
      Businesses may expand into developing nations
      Less expensive labor for businesses
      Provide employment for citizens of developing nations
    • Population Growth: 1500-2030
    • Population Growth in Perspective