Aging and Immigration: The Case of South Korea (with a Look at Italy and Japan)

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					Aging and Immigration: The Case of South Korea (with a Look at Italy and Japan)
Bum Jung Kim; Fernando Torres-Gil
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Description: [...] with the rapid growth of the older population, it is projected that the rate of growth in number of employed people will go from .097 percent in the 2000s to -1.65 percent in the 2040s, creating a decline in the total number of working people (Korea Development Institute, 2004). [...] it is expected that there will be a shortage in the labor force of people age 15 years and older, growing from 630,000 people by the year 2015 to 1,520,000 people by the year 2020 (Korea Development Institute, 2005b).
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