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Human well-being in Australia and India
Transcript of Human well-being in Australia and India
By Aislinn Cowan
Rural or Urban
India's total population is 1.252 billion in 2016, by 2025 India is expected to have over taken that population of China and be the most populous country in the world. Australia's total population is 24.01 million by 2025 its expected to have more elderly people over the age of 75 years, meaning the younger generation will be paying more taxes.
Australia is mostly an urban country, with places like Sydney, the Gold Coast and Melbourne placed along the East coast. The urban percentage is 89.4% and the population is expected to reach 24,400,230 by 2025.
India has almost 75% of it's population living in rural parts of the country. It's urban population is 54% due to it's poverty.
The literacy rates in Australia are at an all time high at 99.75%, this is much higher then the literacy rates in India which are only at 74%. This is expected due to the fact that mainly men attend school for the expected amount of years in India. Australia has an equal amount of men and women attending school for the recomend amount of years.
The life expectancy in Australia is 84 years old and still growing expected to be over 100 years old by the year 2050. The life expectancy in India is 66 years old and expected to keep growing at a constant rate.
The GDP in Australia is 1.56 trillion and 67,458.36 per capita. Australia uses the dollar
The GDP in India is 1.877 trillion and 1,498.87 per capita. India uses the rupee
Australia’s birth rate is at a low 1.93 births per woman, compared to India’s high 2.50 births per woman. This is because women in India are treated with disrespect and basically used for the man’s pleasure, they’re not allowed to attend school for as long as women in Australia and they’re not allowed to get a job. In Australia women are respected by most men, we are in allowed to attend school and get good jobs.
Please click the link and you'll be brought to my part D, comparison essay
Literacy Rates vs Birth Rates
Life Expectancy vs GDP
When I was comparing the Life expectancy and GDP of India and Australia, I discovered that Australia has a higher life expectancy and GDP then India does.
When I was comparing the literacy rates and birth rates of India and Australia I found out that India has a much lower literacy rate and higher birth rate then Australia does.
Please click the link
and you'll be brought to my part E, Millennium Development Goals essay
India is placed in the Indian ocean. It's in south Asia surrounded by China Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Australia is also placed in the indian ocean. It's surrounded by New Zealand, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea