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Children Dependency Ratio


Tibet is the top region by children dependency ratio in China. As of 2017, children dependency ratio in Tibet was 34.1 %. The top 5 regions also includes Xinjiang, Guangxi, Jiangxi, and Guizhou.

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What is children dependency ratio?

Children Dependency Ratio also called children dependency coefficient, refers to the ratio of the children population to the working-age population, express in %. It describes the number of children population that every 100 people at working ages will take care of. The children dependency ratio is calculated with the following formula: (The population of children aged 0-14)/(The working-age population aged 15-64)*100%.

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