Posted November 16, 2018 06:10:24 As the population of the United States shrinks, the average person’s life expectancy in the country has also begun to slow.
The United States is now one of the most populated countries in the world, with an average life expectancy of 84.8 years.
It’s followed by Japan (82.6), France (81.7), the United Kingdom (79.6) and Italy (79).
The United Kingdom’s average life span is 78.6 years, while the US’s is 79.3.
While this might not seem like much, it’s not quite as much as people expect.
The average life time of the average American is 78 years, compared to the average life of a European (77 years), a Japanese (76 years) and an Australian (75 years).
So how much longer can the average U.S. citizen expect to live?
According to the U.K.’s Office for National Statistics, the United Nations’ population estimates put the U and P together.
The UK’s population is projected to reach 5.3 billion people by 2060.
That’s almost 1.6 billion people below the current population of 6.6 trillion.
The US’ projected population will reach 6.7 billion by 2070, with the average lifespans of people living in the U States now being around 82.6.
The UN’s latest population projections for 2030 put the world’s population at 7.1 billion.
That would mean the average global life expectancy is only about 81.5 years.
According to figures from the World Health Organization, people live a little over 82 years, with average lifetimes ranging from 81 to 83.
The number of people in the developing world has risen in recent years, and many are expected to reach their adult lifespouts in the 2030s.
Australia’s average lifespan is 76.9 years.
That means its average life is only 79.6, while in the United Arab Emirates it’s 79.7.
Australia and the UAE are among the world leaders in terms of population growth, and the average age at death is now 79.9.
While life expectancy can vary from country to country, the difference is usually seen as a result of the lower mortality rate.
The U.N. has estimated that there are now over 9.5 billion people around the world.
It projects that there will be around 5.8 billion people in 2070.
Australia, which has a population of around 1.7 million, has the world number one position for the second consecutive year.
Meanwhile, China, which is expected to overtake the United State as the world leader in population, is expected with around 7.4 billion people.
The median life expectancy for the United states population is 81.7 years.
Japan has the highest average life spans at 84.2 years, followed by France (83.4), the UK (83), the Netherlands (82) and Germany (81).
Italy has the lowest average life-span of the top ten countries at 81.3 years.
The Middle East has the longest average life period of any region, with Iran (83 years), the UAE (83) and Iraq (82).
Other Middle Eastern countries have similar average life expectancies.
Saudi Arabia has an average lifespan of 78.4 years, Bahrain (78.5) and Qatar (78), while the United African Republic (78 years) has the most longevity at 78.8.
Meanwhile in the South China Sea, the Philippines has the second highest average lifespan at 82.4.
The Philippines has a total of 5.7 per cent of the world population, followed closely by Japan, which boasts 9.1 per cent.
But South Korea has the largest population of any country in the Middle East and Africa, with a population that stands at 790 million people.