日本の生産年齢人口2019※更新 Japan’s working age population 2019 * updated


日本の人口統計,生産労働人口,厚生労働省,Japan's demographics, production labor force, Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare,



2015年 生産年齢人口(15歳~64歳) 7,592万人 ※確定値
2018年 生産年齢人口(15歳~64歳)7518万1千人 ※確定値
2030年 6,773万人 ※推計
2060年 4,418万人 同▲45.9%(減)※推計



This time I would like to look at demographics for the purpose of grasping the job offer situation in Japan.
Due to the declining birthrate and aging population, the working-age population in Japan has been decreasing since its peak in 1995, and the total population has also been decreasing since its peak in 2008.
 According to the census of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, the total population in 2018 (excluding the unknown population) is 126.15 million, and the working-age population (15 to 64 years) is 75.181,000.
 The estimated population under 14 years of age has been declining continuously since 1982, and the declining birthrate has not stopped.
 According to the National Social Security and Population Research Institute's future estimates (median birth and death estimates),
 The total population is expected to decline to 116.62 million by 2030 and 86.74 million by 2060 (32.3% decrease of population in 2010).
 According to the estimate, the working-age population
 2015 Working-age population (15-64) 75.92 million  
* Final value 
 2018 Working-age population (15 to 64 years old) 75181,000 
* Final value 
 2030 67.73 million people  * Estimation 
 2060 44.18 million people Down 45.9% (down)  * Estimation 
 It is expected to decrease until.

Source: Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare 

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