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the German company is modern and opened : the majority of people are well formed and have a life high level, and also are free enough, have possibility to schedule the life as they consider it necessary. Nevertheless, as well as in other large industrial countries, before Germans there is a problem of the decision of demographic problems, in particular, company ageing. Yes, in 20 years after recombination, social consequences of division of Germany have been completely overcome. During globalisation Germany has taken a path which has increased immigration of company with strengthening of an ethnic cultural variety, and also made active the efforts on integration of migrants into a company nucleus. Social and economic changes for the last years - are accelerated at the expense of consequences of world economic and financial crisis - have led to appearance of new brave social situations and a more diversification in company from the point of view of life economic conditions. The last report of the federal government on poverty and riches states that one of four Germans is considered poor, and should be protected from poverty at the expense of public subsidies. EU defines those households, as "poor" which have less than 60 percent from an average yield at the order. At present that makes about 780 euros per capita.

Since 1975 in Germany the number of newborns was about 1,3 children on one woman. It means that within 35 years the generation of children was less, than at their parents. High rates of immigration to Germany have prevented reduction of an aggregate number of the population. At the same time, as well as in other rich countries, life expectancy has grown, and now makes 77 years for men and 82 years for women.

Growth of life expectancy and, in even more degree, low birth rate are at the bottom of the third tendency: the share of young men in a population aggregate number drops, the number of older persons grows: in the early nineties there were almost three persons of able-bodied age on each person aged is more senior 60 years. In the beginning of 21 centuries it is a parity made only from 1 to 2,2 and accounts show that the proximate ten years the parity will decrease. Such ageing of company is one of the most serious threats of well-being and the family policy of Germany.

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