Strength of the economy

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Strength of the economy is an important factor for population change. When your country is in LEDC’s who have less developed economies, families have many children because they are necessary to survive. An example of this would be DR Congo, where 37.5 children are born per 1000 people. This is incredibly high. On the other end of the spectrum, countries which are more economically developed also experience population growth. In these countries, the economy is good, providing couples with the belief that they can afford to have children. One anomaly here however, is that of Italy, where the economy is decent yet they have a good economy in comparison to many others in the world. Overall, economy is a massive factor in global population change. It provides people with disposable income in MEDCS and in LEDCs they have children due to lack of career opportunities. Strength of the economy is an important factor for population change. When your country is in LEDC’s who have less developed economies, families have many children because they are necessary to survive. An example of this would be DR Congo, where 37.5 children are born per 1000 people. This is incredibly high. On the other end of the spectrum, countries which are more economically developed also experience population Strength of the economy is an important factor for population change. When your country is in LEDC’s who have less developed economies, families have many children because they are necessary to survive. An example of this would be DR Congo, where 37.5 children are born per 1000 people. This is incredibly high. On the other end of the spectrum, countries which are more economically developed also experience population vdfsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss- ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss- sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss fsd dfsdfsd
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