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The Eastern European region has steadily improved in both areas of Life Expectancy and Income per person since 1800
This increase was only greatly affected in time of wars and disease
Europe Region
In 1914 the European countries all begin to decrease in life expectancy and progressively decrease in Income per person
Mostly Moldova gradually increased following the trends of the other European countries
After a steady increase in both axis income significantly decreased, in 1990 with a small decline of life expectancy.
With some exceptions
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Future predictions
Currently Europe is maintaining a strong positive correlation.
Most of the data points are situated in a tight group with outliers both ahead (France, Germany) and behind (Moldova and Ukraine).
Currently Moldova is under the average in life expectancy and Income per person. Moldova is the most underdeveloped country in the European region.
I predict that Moldova will soon recover from leaving the Soviets and will quickly catch up to the rest of the European region.
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European Region
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This trend continued until 1917 when the USA entered the war. Then all countries dramatically decreased in life expectancy. Surprisingly during this time the income per person only slightly declined.
In 1918 all countries started to increase in both life expectancy and Income per person. By 1920 the more wealthy countries had established themselves a lead.
In 1940 most of Europe was forming a weak positive correlation with Turkey being an outlier.
By 1960 not much had changed except that the relationship between the countries was growing increasingly smaller, (excluding Turkey) and all countries had increased their life expectancy and Income per person.
By 1980 Turkey is slowly catching up and the European countries have formed a tight relationship but Moldova has slightly fallen behind the rest but still increased in both areas of data.
In 2000, Turkey has caught up but the countries are spreading out with France and Germany ahead. Moldova is still behind but not as far.
Moldova broke the trend of the other European countries in 1946 and started rapidly decreasing in both life expectancy but stayed at relatively the same Income per Person . By 1947 the life expectancy was under 25 years.
After this disaster Moldova quickly caught up to the other countries but once the Life expectancy reached around 63 years in 1960 the European countries (apart from Moldova) started to ascend in both axis leaving Moldova behind
While Moldova kept increasing it stayed at a stagnated gap between itself and the other European countries.
This prediction is supported by past trends of Moldova
Every past disaster Moldova climbs back up and fits back in with Europe
Moldova has also started increasing in both axis.
Relationship of Indicators
Generally as the Life expectancy went down the Income per Person also decreased and Vise Versa
However during disasters such as war and famine the Life expectancy would drop significantly while the Income per person only slightly declines.
The dramatic decrease in life expectancy in 1947 was caused by the soviet famine. The soviet famine was mainly caused by two years of bad harvest and not enough people working the farms after WW2.
This political turmoil has changed the overall condition of Moldova and the living standard of its people.
Records are hard to find of how much damage was caused by the famine but estimates from archival data say that around 150,000–200,000 deaths occurred in Moldova. From a population of 2·389 million, as estimated by the Moldovan
Central Statistical Administration in January 1947 (Golod, 1993, p. 358)
On June 28th 1940 the soviets invaded Eastern Moldova and The Moldovan Soviet Socialist Republic (Moldovan SSR) was established on August 2, 1940
When the soviet union feel apart in 1991 Moldova gained independance.The time of change over greatly affected the Moldovan economy as political aspects of becoming a democratic nation were hard due to corruption and benefits of being soviet nation were stopped leaving Moldova with no heath and education .
The average monthly salary is around €170 ($246.07) and nearly 80% of
its about 4 million people live below the poverty line, making Moldova the poorest country in Europe
According to the corruption perception index Moldova is ranked 102 with the score of 35/100.
Moldova has many social issues because of the poverty. A major one is prostitution. An opinion survey suggested that 70% of Moldovan women aged between 15 and 25 had at least once in their life had sex for money,
Sex trafficking and forced labor is also a major problem in Moldova. Moldova is regarded as the easiest place to collect people these 'businesses'. Moldovan are taken all over the Europe regions to work as prostitutes and manual labor.
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