Belgium - Age distribution

Population ages 0-4, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 0-4, female (% of female population) in Belgium was 5.43 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 8.13 in 1962 and a minimum value of 5.23 in 2002.

Definition: Female population between the ages 0 to 4 as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 7.86
1961 8.05
1962 8.13
1963 8.10
1964 8.03
1965 7.95
1966 7.86
1967 7.71
1968 7.52
1969 7.32
1970 7.13
1971 6.88
1972 6.71
1973 6.60
1974 6.50
1975 6.37
1976 6.28
1977 6.15
1978 6.01
1979 5.88
1980 5.79
1981 5.71
1982 5.68
1983 5.67
1984 5.68
1985 5.67
1986 5.70
1987 5.69
1988 5.65
1989 5.62
1990 5.61
1991 5.60
1992 5.63
1993 5.69
1994 5.73
1995 5.73
1996 5.71
1997 5.65
1998 5.55
1999 5.45
2000 5.38
2001 5.27
2002 5.23
2003 5.24
2004 5.27
2005 5.30
2006 5.36
2007 5.42
2008 5.48
2009 5.52
2010 5.55
2011 5.61
2012 5.61
2013 5.57
2014 5.52
2015 5.49
2016 5.43

Population ages 0-4, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 0-4, male (% of male population) in Belgium was 5.89 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 8.81 in 1962 and a minimum value of 5.67 in 2002.

Definition: Male population between the ages 0 to 4 as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 8.51
1961 8.72
1962 8.81
1963 8.80
1964 8.74
1965 8.66
1966 8.58
1967 8.42
1968 8.22
1969 8.00
1970 7.81
1971 7.54
1972 7.36
1973 7.24
1974 7.13
1975 7.01
1976 6.91
1977 6.78
1978 6.62
1979 6.49
1980 6.39
1981 6.30
1982 6.26
1983 6.26
1984 6.26
1985 6.25
1986 6.28
1987 6.27
1988 6.23
1989 6.20
1990 6.19
1991 6.17
1992 6.19
1993 6.24
1994 6.27
1995 6.26
1996 6.23
1997 6.15
1998 6.03
1999 5.92
2000 5.84
2001 5.71
2002 5.67
2003 5.69
2004 5.73
2005 5.77
2006 5.84
2007 5.90
2008 5.96
2009 6.00
2010 6.03
2011 6.08
2012 6.07
2013 6.02
2014 5.97
2015 5.95
2016 5.89

Population ages 0-14, female

The value for Population ages 0-14, female in Belgium was 943,424 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 1,115,909 in 1968 and a minimum value of 868,099 in 1991.

Definition: Female population between the ages 0 to 14. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship.

Source: World Bank staff estimates using the World Bank's total population and age/sex distributions of the United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 1,053,282
1961 1,068,468
1962 1,076,905
1963 1,083,993
1964 1,092,498
1965 1,101,765
1966 1,109,369
1967 1,114,163
1968 1,115,909
1969 1,114,848
1970 1,109,892
1971 1,101,300
1972 1,095,239
1973 1,087,232
1974 1,076,512
1975 1,062,343
1976 1,047,020
1977 1,027,938
1978 1,006,802
1979 986,257
1980 967,888
1981 949,184
1982 933,215
1983 919,820
1984 907,542
1985 895,966
1986 887,644
1987 879,267
1988 873,406
1989 869,885
1990 868,508
1991 868,099
1992 871,130
1993 876,332
1994 881,037
1995 883,526
1996 885,108
1997 884,810
1998 882,643
1999 880,590
2000 879,552
2001 876,739
2002 876,411
2003 876,913
2004 877,541
2005 878,756
2006 881,651
2007 884,852
2008 888,665
2009 893,135
2010 899,132
2011 913,779
2012 921,298
2013 926,403
2014 929,785
2015 937,059
2016 943,424

Population ages 0-14, female (% of total)

Population ages 0-14, female (% of total) in Belgium was 16.37 as of 2016. Its highest value over the past 56 years was 22.98 in 1962, while its lowest value was 16.22 in 2010.

Definition: Female population between the ages 0 to 14 as a percentage of the total female population. Population is based on the de facto definition of population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 22.65
1961 22.89
1962 22.98
1963 22.95
1964 22.90
1965 22.88
1966 22.87
1967 22.83
1968 22.77
1969 22.68
1970 22.55
1971 22.32
1972 22.10
1973 21.86
1974 21.57
1975 21.22
1976 20.87
1977 20.46
1978 20.02
1979 19.59
1980 19.20
1981 18.83
1982 18.52
1983 18.25
1984 18.01
1985 17.78
1986 17.61
1987 17.43
1988 17.26
1989 17.14
1990 17.06
1991 16.99
1992 16.98
1993 17.02
1994 17.06
1995 17.07
1996 17.07
1997 17.02
1998 16.95
1999 16.87
2000 16.81
2001 16.71
2002 16.63
2003 16.58
2004 16.52
2005 16.46
2006 16.41
2007 16.36
2008 16.30
2009 16.25
2010 16.22
2011 16.25
2012 16.27
2013 16.28
2014 16.30
2015 16.35
2016 16.37

Population ages 0-14, male

The value for Population ages 0-14, male in Belgium was 989,284 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 1,170,146 in 1968 and a minimum value of 916,266 in 2002.

Definition: Male population between the ages 0 to 14. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship.

Source: World Bank staff estimates using the World Bank's total population and age/sex distributions of the United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 1,098,742
1961 1,115,304
1962 1,125,042
1963 1,133,495
1964 1,143,325
1965 1,153,752
1966 1,162,384
1967 1,167,926
1968 1,170,146
1969 1,169,370
1970 1,164,497
1971 1,155,651
1972 1,149,466
1973 1,141,269
1974 1,130,320
1975 1,115,892
1976 1,099,799
1977 1,079,934
1978 1,058,041
1979 1,036,833
1980 1,017,936
1981 998,441
1982 981,771
1983 967,803
1984 955,133
1985 943,412
1986 935,142
1987 927,113
1988 921,912
1989 919,100
1990 918,252
1991 917,381
1992 919,895
1993 924,419
1994 928,291
1995 929,872
1996 930,275
1997 928,775
1998 925,504
1999 922,633
2000 921,162
2001 917,146
2002 916,266
2003 916,613
2004 917,193
2005 918,333
2006 921,844
2007 925,400
2008 929,341
2009 933,966
2010 940,342
2011 955,052
2012 962,390
2013 967,408
2014 971,158
2015 980,023
2016 989,284

Population ages 0-14, male (% of total)

Population ages 0-14, male (% of total) in Belgium was 17.71 as of 2016. Its highest value over the past 56 years was 24.85 in 1966, while its lowest value was 17.57 in 2010.

Definition: Male population between the ages 0 to 14 as a percentage of the total male population. Population is based on the de facto definition of population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 24.40
1961 24.69
1962 24.82
1963 24.83
1964 24.82
1965 24.83
1966 24.85
1967 24.84
1968 24.80
1969 24.72
1970 24.61
1971 24.38
1972 24.17
1973 23.93
1974 23.64
1975 23.28
1976 22.91
1977 22.47
1978 22.00
1979 21.54
1980 21.13
1981 20.72
1982 20.38
1983 20.09
1984 19.83
1985 19.58
1986 19.40
1987 19.21
1988 19.04
1989 18.91
1990 18.83
1991 18.74
1992 18.71
1993 18.73
1994 18.75
1995 18.74
1996 18.71
1997 18.64
1998 18.53
1999 18.43
2000 18.35
2001 18.20
2002 18.10
2003 18.02
2004 17.95
2005 17.86
2006 17.81
2007 17.74
2008 17.67
2009 17.62
2010 17.57
2011 17.60
2012 17.61
2013 17.62
2014 17.64
2015 17.68
2016 17.71

Population ages 0-14, total

The value for Population ages 0-14, total in Belgium was 1,932,732 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 2,286,057 in 1968 and a minimum value of 1,785,479 in 1991.

Definition: Total population between the ages 0 to 14. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship.

Source: World Bank staff estimates using the World Bank's total population and age/sex distributions of the United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 2,152,022
1961 2,183,767
1962 2,201,944
1963 2,217,487
1964 2,235,830
1965 2,255,517
1966 2,271,761
1967 2,282,094
1968 2,286,057
1969 2,284,219
1970 2,274,388
1971 2,256,954
1972 2,244,711
1973 2,228,512
1974 2,206,840
1975 2,178,235
1976 2,146,830
1977 2,107,896
1978 2,064,865
1979 2,023,102
1980 1,985,822
1981 1,947,635
1982 1,915,000
1983 1,887,639
1984 1,862,681
1985 1,839,379
1986 1,822,790
1987 1,806,380
1988 1,795,317
1989 1,788,982
1990 1,786,760
1991 1,785,479
1992 1,791,023
1993 1,800,753
1994 1,809,334
1995 1,813,396
1996 1,815,393
1997 1,813,600
1998 1,808,163
1999 1,803,235
2000 1,800,715
2001 1,793,891
2002 1,792,686
2003 1,793,534
2004 1,794,736
2005 1,797,090
2006 1,803,492
2007 1,810,252
2008 1,817,999
2009 1,827,096
2010 1,839,474
2011 1,868,857
2012 1,883,740
2013 1,893,879
2014 1,900,992
2015 1,917,082
2016 1,932,732

Population ages 0-14 (% of total)

Population ages 0-14 (% of total) in Belgium was 17.03 as of 2016. Its highest value over the past 56 years was 23.88 in 1962, while its lowest value was 16.88 in 2010.

Definition: Population between the ages 0 to 14 as a percentage of the total population. Population is based on the de facto definition of population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 23.51
1961 23.78
1962 23.88
1963 23.87
1964 23.84
1965 23.83
1966 23.84
1967 23.82
1968 23.77
1969 23.68
1970 23.56
1971 23.33
1972 23.11
1973 22.88
1974 22.58
1975 22.23
1976 21.87
1977 21.44
1978 20.99
1979 20.54
1980 20.14
1981 19.75
1982 19.43
1983 19.15
1984 18.90
1985 18.66
1986 18.48
1987 18.30
1988 18.13
1989 18.00
1990 17.93
1991 17.85
1992 17.83
1993 17.86
1994 17.89
1995 17.89
1996 17.87
1997 17.81
1998 17.72
1999 17.63
2000 17.57
2001 17.44
2002 17.35
2003 17.29
2004 17.22
2005 17.15
2006 17.10
2007 17.04
2008 16.97
2009 16.92
2010 16.88
2011 16.92
2012 16.93
2013 16.94
2014 16.96
2015 17.00
2016 17.03

Population ages 5-9, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 5-9, female (% of female population) in Belgium was 5.60 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 7.85 in 1969 and a minimum value of 5.28 in 2009.

Definition: Female population between the ages 5 to 9 as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 7.40
1961 7.36
1962 7.39
1963 7.48
1964 7.60
1965 7.69
1966 7.75
1967 7.80
1968 7.84
1969 7.85
1970 7.82
1971 7.77
1972 7.65
1973 7.47
1974 7.27
1975 7.07
1976 6.89
1977 6.74
1978 6.61
1979 6.48
1980 6.36
1981 6.23
1982 6.10
1983 5.98
1984 5.87
1985 5.77
1986 5.70
1987 5.67
1988 5.66
1989 5.68
1990 5.69
1991 5.68
1992 5.68
1993 5.68
1994 5.67
1995 5.69
1996 5.70
1997 5.71
1998 5.74
1999 5.75
2000 5.75
2001 5.73
2002 5.67
2003 5.59
2004 5.49
2005 5.41
2006 5.35
2007 5.30
2008 5.28
2009 5.28
2010 5.29
2011 5.32
2012 5.37
2013 5.44
2014 5.51
2015 5.56
2016 5.60

Population ages 5-9, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 5-9, male (% of male population) in Belgium was 6.05 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 8.56 in 1969 and a minimum value of 5.72 in 2008.

Definition: Male population between the ages 5 to 9 as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 7.98
1961 7.95
1962 7.99
1963 8.10
1964 8.24
1965 8.35
1966 8.42
1967 8.49
1968 8.54
1969 8.56
1970 8.55
1971 8.49
1972 8.37
1973 8.19
1974 7.96
1975 7.75
1976 7.57
1977 7.40
1978 7.26
1979 7.13
1980 6.99
1981 6.85
1982 6.72
1983 6.58
1984 6.46
1985 6.37
1986 6.29
1987 6.26
1988 6.25
1989 6.27
1990 6.28
1991 6.28
1992 6.27
1993 6.25
1994 6.25
1995 6.25
1996 6.25
1997 6.26
1998 6.28
1999 6.29
2000 6.28
2001 6.24
2002 6.17
2003 6.06
2004 5.94
2005 5.85
2006 5.78
2007 5.73
2008 5.72
2009 5.73
2010 5.74
2011 5.77
2012 5.82
2013 5.89
2014 5.96
2015 6.01
2016 6.05

Population ages 10-14, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 10-14, female (% of female population) in Belgium was 5.34 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 7.81 in 1974 and a minimum value of 5.27 in 2013.

Definition: Female population between the ages 10 to 14 as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 7.39
1961 7.48
1962 7.46
1963 7.37
1964 7.27
1965 7.23
1966 7.26
1967 7.32
1968 7.42
1969 7.51
1970 7.59
1971 7.67
1972 7.74
1973 7.79
1974 7.81
1975 7.78
1976 7.69
1977 7.57
1978 7.40
1979 7.22
1980 7.05
1981 6.89
1982 6.74
1983 6.60
1984 6.47
1985 6.33
1986 6.20
1987 6.08
1988 5.95
1989 5.84
1990 5.76
1991 5.70
1992 5.67
1993 5.66
1994 5.65
1995 5.65
1996 5.66
1997 5.66
1998 5.66
1999 5.67
2000 5.68
2001 5.71
2002 5.73
2003 5.76
2004 5.77
2005 5.75
2006 5.71
2007 5.63
2008 5.54
2009 5.45
2010 5.38
2011 5.32
2012 5.29
2013 5.27
2014 5.28
2015 5.30
2016 5.34

Population ages 10-14, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 10-14, male (% of male population) in Belgium was 5.77 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 8.54 in 1974 and a minimum value of 5.71 in 2013.

Definition: Male population between the ages 10 to 14 as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 7.91
1961 8.02
1962 8.01
1963 7.93
1964 7.84
1965 7.82
1966 7.86
1967 7.94
1968 8.05
1969 8.16
1970 8.25
1971 8.35
1972 8.44
1973 8.51
1974 8.54
1975 8.52
1976 8.43
1977 8.30
1978 8.12
1979 7.93
1980 7.74
1981 7.57
1982 7.40
1983 7.25
1984 7.11
1985 6.96
1986 6.82
1987 6.68
1988 6.55
1989 6.44
1990 6.36
1991 6.29
1992 6.25
1993 6.24
1994 6.23
1995 6.23
1996 6.23
1997 6.23
1998 6.22
1999 6.23
2000 6.24
2001 6.25
2002 6.26
2003 6.27
2004 6.28
2005 6.25
2006 6.19
2007 6.10
2008 6.00
2009 5.89
2010 5.81
2011 5.75
2012 5.72
2013 5.71
2014 5.71
2015 5.73
2016 5.77

Population ages 15-19, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 15-19, female (% of female population) in Belgium was 5.33 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 7.82 in 1979 and a minimum value of 5.33 in 2016.

Definition: Female population between the ages 15 to 19 as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 5.81
1961 5.99
1962 6.31
1963 6.69
1964 7.02
1965 7.22
1966 7.33
1967 7.32
1968 7.25
1969 7.18
1970 7.17
1971 7.21
1972 7.28
1973 7.38
1974 7.49
1975 7.58
1976 7.66
1977 7.74
1978 7.80
1979 7.82
1980 7.79
1981 7.70
1982 7.55
1983 7.37
1984 7.19
1985 7.01
1986 6.87
1987 6.73
1988 6.61
1989 6.48
1990 6.34
1991 6.21
1992 6.08
1993 5.94
1994 5.81
1995 5.72
1996 5.67
1997 5.65
1998 5.65
1999 5.66
2000 5.66
2001 5.71
2002 5.74
2003 5.73
2004 5.72
2005 5.70
2006 5.74
2007 5.78
2008 5.81
2009 5.80
2010 5.76
2011 5.73
2012 5.66
2013 5.57
2014 5.47
2015 5.38
2016 5.33

Population ages 15-19, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 15-19, male (% of male population) in Belgium was 5.76 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 8.56 in 1979 and a minimum value of 5.76 in 2016.

Definition: Male population between the ages 15 to 19 as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 6.18
1961 6.39
1962 6.74
1963 7.16
1964 7.51
1965 7.73
1966 7.86
1967 7.87
1968 7.81
1969 7.76
1970 7.76
1971 7.81
1972 7.90
1973 8.02
1974 8.15
1975 8.26
1976 8.36
1977 8.45
1978 8.53
1979 8.56
1980 8.54
1981 8.44
1982 8.28
1983 8.08
1984 7.88
1985 7.69
1986 7.52
1987 7.37
1988 7.24
1989 7.09
1990 6.95
1991 6.80
1992 6.65
1993 6.50
1994 6.37
1995 6.27
1996 6.22
1997 6.20
1998 6.20
1999 6.21
2000 6.20
2001 6.24
2002 6.26
2003 6.24
2004 6.22
2005 6.19
2006 6.21
2007 6.24
2008 6.26
2009 6.26
2010 6.22
2011 6.18
2012 6.10
2013 6.00
2014 5.89
2015 5.80
2016 5.76

Population ages 15-64, female

The value for Population ages 15-64, female in Belgium was 3,636,206 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 3,636,206 in 2016 and a minimum value of 2,963,258 in 1962.

Definition: Female population between the ages 15 to 64. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship.

Source: World Bank staff estimates using the World Bank's total population and age/sex distributions of the United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 2,973,197
1961 2,963,604
1962 2,963,258
1963 2,978,249
1964 3,000,042
1965 3,019,650
1966 3,030,143
1967 3,038,672
1968 3,043,853
1969 3,048,032
1970 3,049,437
1971 3,056,333
1972 3,071,465
1973 3,086,656
1974 3,104,869
1975 3,125,321
1976 3,139,649
1977 3,154,995
1978 3,172,406
1979 3,193,166
1980 3,218,046
1981 3,239,891
1982 3,263,691
1983 3,287,743
1984 3,307,445
1985 3,321,102
1986 3,323,671
1987 3,322,465
1988 3,325,024
1989 3,327,511
1990 3,327,804
1991 3,330,529
1992 3,333,943
1993 3,336,452
1994 3,336,422
1995 3,333,949
1996 3,329,914
1997 3,329,892
1998 3,330,801
1999 3,332,913
2000 3,335,396
2001 3,345,372
2002 3,358,323
2003 3,370,327
2004 3,384,259
2005 3,404,190
2006 3,429,052
2007 3,459,436
2008 3,492,637
2009 3,524,186
2010 3,555,526
2011 3,600,110
2012 3,618,975
2013 3,626,691
2014 3,623,034
2015 3,630,451
2016 3,636,206

Population ages 15-64, female (% of total)

Population ages 15-64, female (% of total) in Belgium was 63.10 as of 2016. Its highest value over the past 56 years was 65.94 in 1986, while its lowest value was 61.94 in 1970.

Definition: Female population between the ages 15 to 64 as a percentage of the total female population. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 63.94
1961 63.50
1962 63.22
1963 63.04
1964 62.88
1965 62.70
1966 62.47
1967 62.27
1968 62.11
1969 62.00
1970 61.94
1971 61.94
1972 61.98
1973 62.07
1974 62.21
1975 62.42
1976 62.58
1977 62.79
1978 63.07
1979 63.42
1980 63.84
1981 64.27
1982 64.76
1983 65.24
1984 65.64
1985 65.90
1986 65.94
1987 65.87
1988 65.73
1989 65.55
1990 65.37
1991 65.19
1992 65.00
1993 64.80
1994 64.60
1995 64.42
1996 64.22
1997 64.07
1998 63.95
1999 63.85
2000 63.76
2001 63.75
2002 63.73
2003 63.72
2004 63.73
2005 63.77
2006 63.84
2007 63.95
2008 64.07
2009 64.14
2010 64.12
2011 64.03
2012 63.89
2013 63.72
2014 63.52
2015 63.33
2016 63.10

Population ages 15-64, male

The value for Population ages 15-64, male in Belgium was 3,694,667 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 3,694,667 in 2016 and a minimum value of 2,932,496 in 1961.

Definition: Male population between the ages 15 to 64. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship.

Source: World Bank staff estimates using the World Bank's total population and age/sex distributions of the United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 2,941,389
1961 2,932,496
1962 2,933,130
1963 2,949,445
1964 2,973,061
1965 2,995,142
1966 3,005,649
1967 3,015,157
1968 3,022,276
1969 3,029,214
1970 3,034,050
1971 3,041,492
1972 3,057,630
1973 3,074,615
1974 3,095,748
1975 3,120,407
1976 3,136,570
1977 3,154,929
1978 3,176,352
1979 3,201,643
1980 3,231,200
1981 3,254,284
1982 3,279,041
1983 3,303,966
1984 3,325,132
1985 3,341,360
1986 3,343,604
1987 3,343,573
1988 3,348,658
1989 3,354,505
1990 3,358,552
1991 3,362,705
1992 3,367,713
1993 3,372,079
1994 3,374,361
1995 3,374,773
1996 3,371,551
1997 3,372,843
1998 3,375,618
1999 3,380,275
2000 3,386,111
2001 3,397,706
2002 3,412,650
2003 3,426,882
2004 3,443,160
2005 3,465,474
2006 3,489,037
2007 3,518,324
2008 3,550,593
2009 3,581,246
2010 3,611,937
2011 3,652,615
2012 3,667,366
2013 3,672,542
2014 3,669,422
2015 3,681,262
2016 3,694,667

Population ages 15-64, male (% of total)

Population ages 15-64, male (% of total) in Belgium was 66.14 as of 2016. Its highest value over the past 56 years was 69.35 in 1986, while its lowest value was 64.04 in 1969.

Definition: Male population between the ages 15 to 64 as a percentage of the total male population. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 65.31
1961 64.92
1962 64.70
1963 64.60
1964 64.53
1965 64.45
1966 64.26
1967 64.13
1968 64.05
1969 64.04
1970 64.11
1971 64.18
1972 64.29
1973 64.48
1974 64.74
1975 65.09
1976 65.33
1977 65.65
1978 66.04
1979 66.52
1980 67.06
1981 67.55
1982 68.08
1983 68.60
1984 69.03
1985 69.34
1986 69.35
1987 69.28
1988 69.15
1989 69.00
1990 68.87
1991 68.69
1992 68.51
1993 68.32
1994 68.16
1995 68.02
1996 67.82
1997 67.68
1998 67.59
1999 67.52
2000 67.46
2001 67.43
2002 67.40
2003 67.37
2004 67.37
2005 67.41
2006 67.40
2007 67.45
2008 67.52
2009 67.55
2010 67.50
2011 67.33
2012 67.12
2013 66.88
2014 66.65
2015 66.43
2016 66.14

Population ages 15-64, total

The value for Population ages 15-64, total in Belgium was 7,330,928 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 7,330,928 in 2016 and a minimum value of 5,896,099 in 1961.

Definition: Total population between the ages 15 to 64. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship.

Source: World Bank staff estimates using the World Bank's total population and age/sex distributions of the United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 5,914,589
1961 5,896,099
1962 5,896,388
1963 5,927,691
1964 5,973,100
1965 6,014,796
1966 6,035,797
1967 6,053,837
1968 6,066,130
1969 6,077,246
1970 6,083,489
1971 6,097,825
1972 6,129,104
1973 6,161,281
1974 6,200,630
1975 6,245,728
1976 6,276,239
1977 6,309,955
1978 6,348,784
1979 6,394,830
1980 6,449,247
1981 6,494,192
1982 6,542,752
1983 6,591,727
1984 6,632,591
1985 6,662,463
1986 6,667,276
1987 6,666,037
1988 6,673,676
1989 6,682,017
1990 6,686,359
1991 6,693,236
1992 6,701,654
1993 6,708,536
1994 6,710,786
1995 6,708,725
1996 6,701,483
1997 6,702,763
1998 6,706,454
1999 6,713,221
2000 6,721,509
2001 6,743,095
2002 6,770,990
2003 6,797,228
2004 6,827,432
2005 6,869,664
2006 6,918,091
2007 6,977,756
2008 7,043,222
2009 7,105,422
2010 7,167,469
2011 7,252,789
2012 7,286,468
2013 7,299,383
2014 7,292,570
2015 7,311,715
2016 7,330,928

Population ages 15-64 (% of total)

Population ages 15-64 (% of total) in Belgium was 64.60 as of 2016. Its highest value over the past 56 years was 67.61 in 1986, while its lowest value was 63.00 in 1969.

Definition: Total population between the ages 15 to 64 as a percentage of the total population. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 64.62
1961 64.20
1962 63.95
1963 63.81
1964 63.69
1965 63.56
1966 63.35
1967 63.19
1968 63.07
1969 63.00
1970 63.01
1971 63.04
1972 63.11
1973 63.25
1974 63.45
1975 63.73
1976 63.92
1977 64.19
1978 64.52
1979 64.93
1980 65.41
1981 65.87
1982 66.38
1983 66.88
1984 67.30
1985 67.58
1986 67.61
1987 67.54
1988 67.40
1989 67.24
1990 67.08
1991 66.90
1992 66.72
1993 66.52
1994 66.34
1995 66.18
1996 65.98
1997 65.83
1998 65.73
1999 65.65
2000 65.57
2001 65.55
2002 65.53
2003 65.51
2004 65.52
2005 65.56
2006 65.59
2007 65.67
2008 65.76
2009 65.81
2010 65.78
2011 65.65
2012 65.48
2013 65.27
2014 65.06
2015 64.85
2016 64.60

Population ages 20-24, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 20-24, female (% of female population) in Belgium was 5.89 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 7.81 in 1984 and a minimum value of 5.65 in 1964.

Definition: Female population between the ages 20 to 24 as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 6.22
1961 6.05
1962 5.86
1963 5.71
1964 5.65
1965 5.72
1966 5.91
1967 6.23
1968 6.62
1969 6.95
1970 7.17
1971 7.29
1972 7.29
1973 7.23
1974 7.17
1975 7.18
1976 7.21
1977 7.30
1978 7.41
1979 7.53
1980 7.62
1981 7.70
1982 7.77
1983 7.81
1984 7.81
1985 7.76
1986 7.67
1987 7.54
1988 7.38
1989 7.21
1990 7.06
1991 6.92
1992 6.80
1993 6.67
1994 6.54
1995 6.40
1996 6.25
1997 6.10
1998 5.97
1999 5.86
2000 5.78
2001 5.77
2002 5.81
2003 5.85
2004 5.90
2005 5.92
2006 5.96
2007 5.97
2008 5.96
2009 5.95
2010 5.94
2011 5.96
2012 5.99
2013 6.02
2014 6.02
2015 5.98
2016 5.89

Population ages 20-24, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 20-24, male (% of male population) in Belgium was 6.28 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 8.54 in 1984 and a minimum value of 5.99 in 1964.

Definition: Male population between the ages 20 to 24 as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 6.49
1961 6.33
1962 6.16
1963 6.03
1964 5.99
1965 6.08
1966 6.30
1967 6.66
1968 7.07
1969 7.44
1970 7.68
1971 7.82
1972 7.84
1973 7.78
1974 7.74
1975 7.76
1976 7.81
1977 7.91
1978 8.04
1979 8.18
1980 8.29
1981 8.39
1982 8.47
1983 8.53
1984 8.54
1985 8.49
1986 8.38
1987 8.23
1988 8.05
1989 7.86
1990 7.69
1991 7.54
1992 7.39
1993 7.24
1994 7.08
1995 6.92
1996 6.77
1997 6.62
1998 6.49
1999 6.38
2000 6.30
2001 6.30
2002 6.33
2003 6.36
2004 6.39
2005 6.40
2006 6.41
2007 6.38
2008 6.34
2009 6.30
2010 6.28
2011 6.28
2012 6.32
2013 6.36
2014 6.37
2015 6.34
2016 6.28

Population ages 25-29, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 25-29, female (% of female population) in Belgium was 6.24 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 7.78 in 1989 and a minimum value of 5.61 in 1969.

Definition: Female population between the ages 25 to 29 as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 6.76
1961 6.63
1962 6.51
1963 6.38
1964 6.24
1965 6.10
1966 5.95
1967 5.79
1968 5.65
1969 5.61
1970 5.69
1971 5.89
1972 6.21
1973 6.59
1974 6.93
1975 7.15
1976 7.27
1977 7.28
1978 7.23
1979 7.18
1980 7.20
1981 7.24
1982 7.32
1983 7.42
1984 7.52
1985 7.61
1986 7.67
1987 7.73
1988 7.77
1989 7.78
1990 7.74
1991 7.67
1992 7.55
1993 7.41
1994 7.27
1995 7.14
1996 6.99
1997 6.85
1998 6.71
1999 6.58
2000 6.44
2001 6.31
2002 6.19
2003 6.11
2004 6.06
2005 6.04
2006 6.06
2007 6.11
2008 6.17
2009 6.23
2010 6.27
2011 6.28
2012 6.27
2013 6.26
2014 6.26
2015 6.27
2016 6.24

Population ages 25-29, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 25-29, male (% of male population) in Belgium was 6.44 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 8.46 in 1989 and a minimum value of 5.94 in 1969.

Definition: Male population between the ages 25 to 29 as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 7.02
1961 6.88
1962 6.75
1963 6.63
1964 6.49
1965 6.36
1966 6.22
1967 6.08
1968 5.96
1969 5.94
1970 6.05
1971 6.27
1972 6.63
1973 7.04
1974 7.41
1975 7.66
1976 7.79
1977 7.82
1978 7.77
1979 7.74
1980 7.77
1981 7.83
1982 7.93
1983 8.05
1984 8.18
1985 8.29
1986 8.36
1987 8.42
1988 8.46
1989 8.46
1990 8.41
1991 8.33
1992 8.20
1993 8.04
1994 7.88
1995 7.72
1996 7.54
1997 7.38
1998 7.23
1999 7.09
2000 6.94
2001 6.81
2002 6.69
2003 6.61
2004 6.56
2005 6.55
2006 6.55
2007 6.58
2008 6.60
2009 6.62
2010 6.62
2011 6.56
2012 6.50
2013 6.45
2014 6.43
2015 6.42
2016 6.44

Population ages 30-34, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 30-34, female (% of female population) in Belgium was 6.47 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 7.73 in 1994 and a minimum value of 5.57 in 1974.

Definition: Female population between the ages 30 to 34 as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 7.00
1961 6.87
1962 6.79
1963 6.73
1964 6.67
1965 6.59
1966 6.48
1967 6.37
1968 6.26
1969 6.14
1970 6.02
1971 5.89
1972 5.73
1973 5.60
1974 5.57
1975 5.65
1976 5.85
1977 6.17
1978 6.56
1979 6.90
1980 7.12
1981 7.25
1982 7.26
1983 7.20
1984 7.15
1985 7.16
1986 7.19
1987 7.26
1988 7.36
1989 7.45
1990 7.53
1991 7.60
1992 7.67
1993 7.71
1994 7.73
1995 7.71
1996 7.64
1997 7.54
1998 7.41
1999 7.27
2000 7.12
2001 6.99
2002 6.85
2003 6.71
2004 6.58
2005 6.46
2006 6.38
2007 6.32
2008 6.28
2009 6.27
2010 6.28
2011 6.30
2012 6.34
2013 6.40
2014 6.44
2015 6.48
2016 6.47

Population ages 30-34, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 30-34, male (% of male population) in Belgium was 6.57 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 8.38 in 1994 and a minimum value of 5.90 in 1974.

Definition: Male population between the ages 30 to 34 as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 7.38
1961 7.20
1962 7.09
1963 7.02
1964 6.94
1965 6.84
1966 6.72
1967 6.61
1968 6.50
1969 6.39
1970 6.28
1971 6.16
1972 6.03
1973 5.92
1974 5.90
1975 6.01
1976 6.23
1977 6.58
1978 7.00
1979 7.37
1980 7.62
1981 7.75
1982 7.78
1983 7.73
1984 7.70
1985 7.73
1986 7.77
1987 7.86
1988 7.97
1989 8.07
1990 8.16
1991 8.23
1992 8.30
1993 8.36
1994 8.38
1995 8.36
1996 8.28
1997 8.16
1998 8.00
1999 7.83
2000 7.67
2001 7.51
2002 7.36
2003 7.21
2004 7.06
2005 6.94
2006 6.86
2007 6.81
2008 6.77
2009 6.76
2010 6.76
2011 6.73
2012 6.70
2013 6.67
2014 6.64
2015 6.59
2016 6.57

Population ages 35-39, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 35-39, female (% of female population) in Belgium was 6.39 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 7.67 in 1999 and a minimum value of 5.52 in 1979.

Definition: Female population between the ages 35 to 39 as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 7.29
1961 7.39
1962 7.31
1963 7.11
1964 6.90
1965 6.76
1966 6.65
1967 6.58
1968 6.54
1969 6.49
1970 6.42
1971 6.34
1972 6.25
1973 6.15
1974 6.05
1975 5.93
1976 5.81
1977 5.67
1978 5.55
1979 5.52
1980 5.61
1981 5.81
1982 6.13
1983 6.50
1984 6.84
1985 7.06
1986 7.17
1987 7.18
1988 7.13
1989 7.07
1990 7.07
1991 7.11
1992 7.17
1993 7.26
1994 7.36
1995 7.44
1996 7.51
1997 7.59
1998 7.65
1999 7.67
2000 7.66
2001 7.60
2002 7.49
2003 7.36
2004 7.22
2005 7.09
2006 6.94
2007 6.82
2008 6.71
2009 6.62
2010 6.55
2011 6.47
2012 6.42
2013 6.38
2014 6.37
2015 6.38
2016 6.39

Population ages 35-39, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 35-39, male (% of male population) in Belgium was 6.69 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 8.29 in 1999 and a minimum value of 5.85 in 1979.

Definition: Male population between the ages 35 to 39 as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 7.83
1961 7.93
1962 7.81
1963 7.55
1964 7.28
1965 7.10
1966 6.95
1967 6.86
1968 6.80
1969 6.74
1970 6.66
1971 6.58
1972 6.49
1973 6.40
1974 6.30
1975 6.20
1976 6.08
1977 5.95
1978 5.86
1979 5.85
1980 5.96
1981 6.18
1982 6.52
1983 6.92
1984 7.27
1985 7.51
1986 7.64
1987 7.66
1988 7.62
1989 7.58
1990 7.59
1991 7.63
1992 7.71
1993 7.81
1994 7.91
1995 8.00
1996 8.09
1997 8.18
1998 8.25
1999 8.29
2000 8.27
2001 8.20
2002 8.07
2003 7.91
2004 7.75
2005 7.59
2006 7.43
2007 7.29
2008 7.18
2009 7.08
2010 7.01
2011 6.95
2012 6.89
2013 6.84
2014 6.80
2015 6.75
2016 6.69

Population ages 40-44, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 40-44, female (% of female population) in Belgium was 6.44 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 7.56 in 2004 and a minimum value of 4.95 in 1960.

Definition: Female population between the ages 40 to 44 as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 4.95
1961 5.12
1962 5.57
1963 6.15
1964 6.66
1965 6.97
1966 7.09
1967 7.03
1968 6.85
1969 6.66
1970 6.53
1971 6.45
1972 6.40
1973 6.38
1974 6.35
1975 6.30
1976 6.22
1977 6.14
1978 6.06
1979 5.96
1980 5.85
1981 5.74
1982 5.60
1983 5.49
1984 5.45
1985 5.54
1986 5.73
1987 6.05
1988 6.42
1989 6.74
1990 6.95
1991 7.06
1992 7.07
1993 7.01
1994 6.95
1995 6.95
1996 6.99
1997 7.06
1998 7.16
1999 7.27
2000 7.36
2001 7.43
2002 7.49
2003 7.54
2004 7.56
2005 7.54
2006 7.46
2007 7.34
2008 7.21
2009 7.08
2010 6.96
2011 6.85
2012 6.75
2013 6.66
2014 6.58
2015 6.50
2016 6.44

Population ages 40-44, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 40-44, male (% of male population) in Belgium was 6.93 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 8.11 in 2004 and a minimum value of 5.23 in 1960.

Definition: Male population between the ages 40 to 44 as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 5.23
1961 5.43
1962 5.94
1963 6.58
1964 7.13
1965 7.44
1966 7.55
1967 7.46
1968 7.23
1969 6.99
1970 6.82
1971 6.71
1972 6.65
1973 6.61
1974 6.58
1975 6.53
1976 6.45
1977 6.37
1978 6.29
1979 6.20
1980 6.10
1981 5.99
1982 5.87
1983 5.76
1984 5.75
1985 5.86
1986 6.06
1987 6.40
1988 6.79
1989 7.13
1990 7.36
1991 7.48
1992 7.49
1993 7.43
1994 7.38
1995 7.39
1996 7.43
1997 7.52
1998 7.64
1999 7.76
2000 7.87
2001 7.95
2002 8.03
2003 8.09
2004 8.11
2005 8.08
2006 7.99
2007 7.86
2008 7.71
2009 7.56
2010 7.43
2011 7.33
2012 7.24
2013 7.16
2014 7.09
2015 7.02
2016 6.93

Population ages 45-49, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 45-49, female (% of female population) in Belgium was 6.74 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 7.30 in 2008 and a minimum value of 4.70 in 1965.

Definition: Female population between the ages 45 to 49 as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 6.57
1961 6.17
1962 5.66
1963 5.13
1964 4.78
1965 4.70
1966 4.88
1967 5.32
1968 5.89
1969 6.40
1970 6.70
1971 6.84
1972 6.79
1973 6.63
1974 6.46
1975 6.36
1976 6.28
1977 6.25
1978 6.24
1979 6.22
1980 6.17
1981 6.11
1982 6.04
1983 5.96
1984 5.86
1985 5.76
1986 5.64
1987 5.51
1988 5.39
1989 5.36
1990 5.44
1991 5.62
1992 5.92
1993 6.28
1994 6.58
1995 6.79
1996 6.89
1997 6.90
1998 6.86
1999 6.82
2000 6.83
2001 6.86
2002 6.93
2003 7.02
2004 7.11
2005 7.18
2006 7.23
2007 7.28
2008 7.30
2009 7.30
2010 7.26
2011 7.20
2012 7.12
2013 7.02
2014 6.92
2015 6.83
2016 6.74

Population ages 45-49, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 45-49, male (% of male population) in Belgium was 7.22 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 7.76 in 2009 and a minimum value of 4.92 in 1965.

Definition: Male population between the ages 45 to 49 as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 6.75
1961 6.35
1962 5.83
1963 5.31
1964 4.97
1965 4.92
1966 5.13
1967 5.62
1968 6.25
1969 6.79
1970 7.10
1971 7.22
1972 7.14
1973 6.93
1974 6.72
1975 6.59
1976 6.49
1977 6.44
1978 6.43
1979 6.41
1980 6.37
1981 6.30
1982 6.22
1983 6.14
1984 6.05
1985 5.96
1986 5.85
1987 5.72
1988 5.62
1989 5.60
1990 5.70
1991 5.90
1992 6.21
1993 6.58
1994 6.90
1995 7.12
1996 7.22
1997 7.23
1998 7.19
1999 7.16
2000 7.18
2001 7.22
2002 7.30
2003 7.41
2004 7.51
2005 7.61
2006 7.67
2007 7.73
2008 7.76
2009 7.76
2010 7.73
2011 7.68
2012 7.60
2013 7.51
2014 7.42
2015 7.33
2016 7.22

Population ages 50-54, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 50-54, female (% of female population) in Belgium was 6.97 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 7.03 in 2014 and a minimum value of 4.49 in 1970.

Definition: Female population between the ages 50 to 54 as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 6.77
1961 6.69
1962 6.65
1963 6.59
1964 6.46
1965 6.20
1966 5.84
1967 5.36
1968 4.87
1969 4.55
1970 4.49
1971 4.67
1972 5.11
1973 5.67
1974 6.16
1975 6.47
1976 6.60
1977 6.57
1978 6.42
1979 6.27
1980 6.18
1981 6.12
1982 6.10
1983 6.10
1984 6.08
1985 6.04
1986 5.98
1987 5.91
1988 5.83
1989 5.73
1990 5.63
1991 5.51
1992 5.37
1993 5.24
1994 5.20
1995 5.28
1996 5.45
1997 5.75
1998 6.10
1999 6.40
2000 6.60
2001 6.71
2002 6.72
2003 6.66
2004 6.62
2005 6.61
2006 6.63
2007 6.69
2008 6.76
2009 6.83
2010 6.89
2011 6.95
2012 6.99
2013 7.02
2014 7.03
2015 7.00
2016 6.97

Population ages 50-54, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 50-54, male (% of male population) in Belgium was 7.42 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 7.46 in 2015 and a minimum value of 4.62 in 1970.

Definition: Male population between the ages 50 to 54 as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 6.79
1961 6.71
1962 6.67
1963 6.63
1964 6.51
1965 6.27
1966 5.91
1967 5.43
1968 4.95
1969 4.64
1970 4.62
1971 4.83
1972 5.31
1973 5.91
1974 6.43
1975 6.74
1976 6.84
1977 6.77
1978 6.59
1979 6.41
1980 6.30
1981 6.22
1982 6.19
1983 6.19
1984 6.18
1985 6.14
1986 6.07
1987 6.00
1988 5.92
1989 5.84
1990 5.74
1991 5.63
1992 5.50
1993 5.39
1994 5.37
1995 5.46
1996 5.65
1997 5.95
1998 6.30
1999 6.61
2000 6.82
2001 6.92
2002 6.93
2003 6.88
2004 6.84
2005 6.85
2006 6.88
2007 6.95
2008 7.04
2009 7.13
2010 7.21
2011 7.29
2012 7.36
2013 7.42
2014 7.46
2015 7.46
2016 7.42

Population ages 55-59, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 55-59, female (% of female population) in Belgium was 6.67 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 6.67 in 2016 and a minimum value of 4.29 in 1975.

Definition: Female population between the ages 55 to 59 as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 6.65
1961 6.61
1962 6.54
1963 6.47
1964 6.40
1965 6.34
1966 6.27
1967 6.25
1968 6.21
1969 6.09
1970 5.87
1971 5.54
1972 5.09
1973 4.63
1974 4.33
1975 4.29
1976 4.47
1977 4.89
1978 5.44
1979 5.92
1980 6.22
1981 6.36
1982 6.34
1983 6.21
1984 6.07
1985 6.00
1986 5.94
1987 5.92
1988 5.91
1989 5.90
1990 5.86
1991 5.79
1992 5.71
1993 5.63
1994 5.53
1995 5.42
1996 5.30
1997 5.17
1998 5.06
1999 5.03
2000 5.10
2001 5.27
2002 5.56
2003 5.89
2004 6.17
2005 6.36
2006 6.43
2007 6.41
2008 6.35
2009 6.30
2010 6.29
2011 6.31
2012 6.37
2013 6.45
2014 6.54
2015 6.60
2016 6.67

Population ages 55-59, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 55-59, male (% of male population) in Belgium was 6.91 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 6.91 in 2016 and a minimum value of 4.27 in 1975.

Definition: Male population between the ages 55 to 59 as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 6.41
1961 6.38
1962 6.32
1963 6.25
1964 6.19
1965 6.14
1966 6.08
1967 6.07
1968 6.04
1969 5.95
1970 5.75
1971 5.42
1972 4.98
1973 4.53
1974 4.27
1975 4.27
1976 4.48
1977 4.93
1978 5.50
1979 5.99
1980 6.28
1981 6.39
1982 6.33
1983 6.18
1984 6.03
1985 5.95
1986 5.88
1987 5.85
1988 5.85
1989 5.85
1990 5.81
1991 5.75
1992 5.67
1993 5.60
1994 5.51
1995 5.42
1996 5.31
1997 5.19
1998 5.09
1999 5.08
2000 5.16
2001 5.34
2002 5.62
2003 5.95
2004 6.24
2005 6.43
2006 6.49
2007 6.48
2008 6.42
2009 6.39
2010 6.40
2011 6.44
2012 6.51
2013 6.62
2014 6.73
2015 6.83
2016 6.91

Population ages 60-64, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 60-64, female (% of female population) in Belgium was 5.96 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 6.11 in 1965 and a minimum value of 4.06 in 1980.

Definition: Female population between the ages 60 to 64 as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 5.93
1961 5.97
1962 6.02
1963 6.06
1964 6.10
1965 6.11
1966 6.08
1967 6.03
1968 5.97
1969 5.92
1970 5.89
1971 5.84
1972 5.83
1973 5.80
1974 5.70
1975 5.51
1976 5.20
1977 4.78
1978 4.36
1979 4.09
1980 4.06
1981 4.25
1982 4.66
1983 5.19
1984 5.66
1985 5.95
1986 6.08
1987 6.05
1988 5.94
1989 5.81
1990 5.74
1991 5.69
1992 5.66
1993 5.65
1994 5.63
1995 5.59
1996 5.52
1997 5.46
1998 5.38
1999 5.30
2000 5.21
2001 5.09
2002 4.95
2003 4.84
2004 4.80
2005 4.87
2006 5.00
2007 5.24
2008 5.52
2009 5.77
2010 5.93
2011 5.99
2012 5.98
2013 5.93
2014 5.90
2015 5.90
2016 5.96

Population ages 60-64, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 60-64, male (% of male population) in Belgium was 5.94 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 5.94 in 2016 and a minimum value of 3.82 in 1979.

Definition: Male population between the ages 60 to 64 as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 5.24
1961 5.31
1962 5.39
1963 5.46
1964 5.53
1965 5.56
1966 5.54
1967 5.50
1968 5.45
1969 5.41
1970 5.39
1971 5.35
1972 5.35
1973 5.34
1974 5.26
1975 5.09
1976 4.80
1977 4.42
1978 4.04
1979 3.82
1980 3.84
1981 4.06
1982 4.49
1983 5.01
1984 5.46
1985 5.73
1986 5.82
1987 5.77
1988 5.64
1989 5.52
1990 5.46
1991 5.40
1992 5.38
1993 5.38
1994 5.37
1995 5.35
1996 5.29
1997 5.24
1998 5.18
1999 5.11
2000 5.04
2001 4.93
2002 4.81
2003 4.71
2004 4.69
2005 4.78
2006 4.91
2007 5.14
2008 5.43
2009 5.67
2010 5.83
2011 5.90
2012 5.89
2013 5.86
2014 5.84
2015 5.87
2016 5.94

Population ages 65-69, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 65-69, female (% of female population) in Belgium was 5.53 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 5.69 in 1991 and a minimum value of 3.79 in 1985.

Definition: Female population between the ages 65 to 69 as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 4.83
1961 4.89
1962 4.97
1963 5.06
1964 5.16
1965 5.25
1966 5.30
1967 5.35
1968 5.40
1969 5.45
1970 5.48
1971 5.47
1972 5.43
1973 5.39
1974 5.36
1975 5.35
1976 5.32
1977 5.32
1978 5.32
1979 5.25
1980 5.08
1981 4.80
1982 4.42
1983 4.04
1984 3.80
1985 3.79
1986 3.98
1987 4.37
1988 4.87
1989 5.31
1990 5.58
1991 5.69
1992 5.66
1993 5.55
1994 5.43
1995 5.37
1996 5.33
1997 5.31
1998 5.32
1999 5.31
2000 5.29
2001 5.22
2002 5.15
2003 5.07
2004 4.99
2005 4.90
2006 4.77
2007 4.62
2008 4.48
2009 4.41
2010 4.45
2011 4.58
2012 4.80
2013 5.07
2014 5.29
2015 5.43
2016 5.53

Population ages 65-69, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 65-69, male (% of male population) in Belgium was 5.24 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 5.24 in 2016 and a minimum value of 3.27 in 1984.

Definition: Male population between the ages 65 to 69 as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 3.89
1961 3.94
1962 4.01
1963 4.10
1964 4.19
1965 4.29
1966 4.35
1967 4.41
1968 4.48
1969 4.54
1970 4.58
1971 4.57
1972 4.54
1973 4.50
1974 4.48
1975 4.47
1976 4.46
1977 4.48
1978 4.49
1979 4.45
1980 4.32
1981 4.08
1982 3.76
1983 3.44
1984 3.27
1985 3.33
1986 3.53
1987 3.92
1988 4.39
1989 4.77
1990 5.01
1991 5.08
1992 5.04
1993 4.94
1994 4.85
1995 4.81
1996 4.77
1997 4.77
1998 4.79
1999 4.80
2000 4.79
2001 4.75
2002 4.70
2003 4.64
2004 4.58
2005 4.52
2006 4.41
2007 4.29
2008 4.18
2009 4.13
2010 4.18
2011 4.31
2012 4.54
2013 4.80
2014 5.01
2015 5.15
2016 5.24

Population ages 65 and above, female

The value for Population ages 65 and above, female in Belgium was 1,182,746 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 1,182,746 in 2016 and a minimum value of 623,486 in 1960.

Definition: Female population 65 years of age or older. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship.

Source: World Bank staff estimates using the World Bank's total population and age/sex distributions of the United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 623,486
1961 634,782
1962 646,973
1963 661,904
1964 678,421
1965 694,929
1966 711,248
1967 726,712
1968 740,723
1969 753,282
1970 763,594
1971 776,327
1972 788,759
1973 799,320
1974 809,457
1975 819,294
1976 830,598
1977 841,594
1978 850,785
1979 855,644
1980 855,047
1981 851,960
1982 842,763
1983 831,526
1984 823,635
1985 822,472
1986 829,224
1987 842,140
1988 860,467
1989 878,932
1990 894,360
1991 910,357
1992 924,204
1993 936,220
1994 947,168
1995 957,742
1996 970,137
1997 982,886
1998 995,007
1999 1,006,336
2000 1,016,562
2001 1,025,901
2002 1,034,905
2003 1,042,322
2004 1,048,599
2005 1,054,928
2006 1,060,927
2007 1,065,524
2008 1,070,260
2009 1,077,485
2010 1,090,157
2011 1,108,564
2012 1,123,796
2013 1,138,859
2014 1,150,756
2015 1,164,803
2016 1,182,746

Population ages 65 and above, female (% of total)

Population ages 65 and above, female (% of total) in Belgium was 20.53 as of 2016. Its highest value over the past 56 years was 20.53 in 2016, while its lowest value was 13.41 in 1960.

Definition: Female population 65 years of age or older as a percentage of the total female population. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 13.41
1961 13.60
1962 13.80
1963 14.01
1964 14.22
1965 14.43
1966 14.66
1967 14.89
1968 15.12
1969 15.32
1970 15.51
1971 15.73
1972 15.92
1973 16.07
1974 16.22
1975 16.36
1976 16.55
1977 16.75
1978 16.91
1979 16.99
1980 16.96
1981 16.90
1982 16.72
1983 16.50
1984 16.35
1985 16.32
1986 16.45
1987 16.70
1988 17.01
1989 17.31
1990 17.57
1991 17.82
1992 18.02
1993 18.18
1994 18.34
1995 18.51
1996 18.71
1997 18.91
1998 19.10
1999 19.28
2000 19.43
2001 19.55
2002 19.64
2003 19.71
2004 19.75
2005 19.76
2006 19.75
2007 19.70
2008 19.63
2009 19.61
2010 19.66
2011 19.72
2012 19.84
2013 20.01
2014 20.18
2015 20.32
2016 20.53

Population ages 65 and above, male

The value for Population ages 65 and above, male in Belgium was 901,832 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 901,832 in 2016 and a minimum value of 463,393 in 1960.

Definition: Male population 65 years of age or older. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship.

Source: World Bank staff estimates using the World Bank's total population and age/sex distributions of the United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 463,393
1961 469,294
1962 475,270
1963 482,683
1964 490,766
1965 498,430
1966 509,015
1967 518,360
1968 525,849
1969 531,287
1970 534,080
1971 542,058
1972 548,557
1973 552,629
1974 555,514
1975 557,443
1976 564,591
1977 570,968
1978 575,147
1979 574,838
1980 569,126
1981 565,221
1982 555,822
1983 544,662
1984 536,486
1985 533,996
1986 542,539
1987 555,677
1988 572,198
1989 587,764
1990 599,904
1991 615,414
1992 628,273
1993 638,972
1994 648,324
1995 656,949
1996 669,653
1997 682,038
1998 693,435
1999 703,672
2000 712,468
2001 723,706
2002 734,230
2003 743,076
2004 750,385
2005 756,936
2006 765,447
2007 772,164
2008 778,477
2009 786,475
2010 798,492
2011 817,623
2012 834,421
2013 850,913
2014 864,902
2015 880,597
2016 901,832

Population ages 65 and above, male (% of total)

Population ages 65 and above, male (% of total) in Belgium was 16.15 as of 2016. Its highest value over the past 56 years was 16.15 in 2016, while its lowest value was 10.29 in 1960.

Definition: Male population 65 years of age or older as a percentage of the total male population. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 10.29
1961 10.39
1962 10.48
1963 10.57
1964 10.65
1965 10.73
1966 10.88
1967 11.03
1968 11.14
1969 11.23
1970 11.29
1971 11.44
1972 11.53
1973 11.59
1974 11.62
1975 11.63
1976 11.76
1977 11.88
1978 11.96
1979 11.94
1980 11.81
1981 11.73
1982 11.54
1983 11.31
1984 11.14
1985 11.08
1986 11.25
1987 11.51
1988 11.82
1989 12.09
1990 12.30
1991 12.57
1992 12.78
1993 12.95
1994 13.09
1995 13.24
1996 13.47
1997 13.69
1998 13.88
1999 14.05
2000 14.19
2001 14.36
2002 14.50
2003 14.61
2004 14.68
2005 14.72
2006 14.79
2007 14.80
2008 14.80
2009 14.83
2010 14.92
2011 15.07
2012 15.27
2013 15.50
2014 15.71
2015 15.89
2016 16.15

Population ages 65 and above, total

The value for Population ages 65 and above, total in Belgium was 2,084,499 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 2,084,499 in 2016 and a minimum value of 1,086,878 in 1960.

Definition: Total population 65 years of age or older. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship.

Source: World Bank staff estimates using the World Bank's total population and age/sex distributions of the United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 1,086,878
1961 1,104,082
1962 1,122,246
1963 1,144,592
1964 1,169,183
1965 1,193,354
1966 1,220,249
1967 1,245,060
1968 1,266,569
1969 1,284,567
1970 1,297,673
1971 1,318,383
1972 1,337,300
1973 1,351,928
1974 1,364,950
1975 1,376,738
1976 1,395,158
1977 1,412,507
1978 1,425,885
1979 1,430,449
1980 1,424,173
1981 1,417,155
1982 1,398,551
1983 1,376,154
1984 1,360,100
1985 1,356,466
1986 1,371,757
1987 1,397,817
1988 1,432,671
1989 1,466,699
1990 1,494,260
1991 1,525,771
1992 1,552,481
1993 1,575,186
1994 1,595,483
1995 1,614,690
1996 1,639,761
1997 1,664,882
1998 1,688,391
1999 1,709,963
2000 1,729,026
2001 1,749,584
2002 1,769,109
2003 1,785,372
2004 1,798,968
2005 1,811,864
2006 1,826,375
2007 1,837,692
2008 1,848,752
2009 1,863,976
2010 1,888,644
2011 1,926,098
2012 1,958,038
2013 1,989,556
2014 2,015,494
2015 2,045,400
2016 2,084,499

Population ages 65 and above (% of total)

Population ages 65 and above (% of total) in Belgium was 18.37 as of 2016. Its highest value over the past 56 years was 18.37 in 2016, while its lowest value was 11.87 in 1960.

Definition: Population ages 65 and above as a percentage of the total population. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 11.87
1961 12.02
1962 12.17
1963 12.32
1964 12.47
1965 12.61
1966 12.81
1967 13.00
1968 13.17
1969 13.32
1970 13.44
1971 13.63
1972 13.77
1973 13.88
1974 13.97
1975 14.05
1976 14.21
1977 14.37
1978 14.49
1979 14.52
1980 14.45
1981 14.37
1982 14.19
1983 13.96
1984 13.80
1985 13.76
1986 13.91
1987 14.16
1988 14.47
1989 14.76
1990 14.99
1991 15.25
1992 15.46
1993 15.62
1994 15.77
1995 15.93
1996 16.14
1997 16.35
1998 16.55
1999 16.72
2000 16.87
2001 17.01
2002 17.12
2003 17.21
2004 17.26
2005 17.29
2006 17.31
2007 17.29
2008 17.26
2009 17.26
2010 17.33
2011 17.43
2012 17.60
2013 17.79
2014 17.98
2015 18.14
2016 18.37

Population ages 70-74, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 70-74, female (% of female population) in Belgium was 4.17 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 5.14 in 1996 and a minimum value of 3.41 in 1989.

Definition: Female population between the ages 70 to 74 as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 3.73
1961 3.75
1962 3.78
1963 3.84
1964 3.91
1965 4.01
1966 4.06
1967 4.14
1968 4.22
1969 4.32
1970 4.41
1971 4.47
1972 4.53
1973 4.58
1974 4.64
1975 4.69
1976 4.69
1977 4.68
1978 4.66
1979 4.66
1980 4.68
1981 4.67
1982 4.70
1983 4.71
1984 4.67
1985 4.54
1986 4.29
1987 3.94
1988 3.60
1989 3.41
1990 3.42
1991 3.60
1992 3.97
1993 4.42
1994 4.80
1995 5.04
1996 5.14
1997 5.12
1998 5.04
1999 4.97
2000 4.94
2001 4.89
2002 4.88
2003 4.87
2004 4.86
2005 4.84
2006 4.78
2007 4.71
2008 4.64
2009 4.55
2010 4.45
2011 4.31
2012 4.17
2013 4.05
2014 4.00
2015 4.04
2016 4.17

Population ages 70-74, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 70-74, male (% of male population) in Belgium was 3.72 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 4.18 in 1996 and a minimum value of 2.62 in 1989.

Definition: Male population between the ages 70 to 74 as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 2.91
1961 2.89
1962 2.88
1963 2.87
1964 2.89
1965 2.94
1966 2.98
1967 3.03
1968 3.09
1969 3.15
1970 3.22
1971 3.28
1972 3.33
1973 3.38
1974 3.42
1975 3.45
1976 3.46
1977 3.45
1978 3.44
1979 3.44
1980 3.45
1981 3.47
1982 3.51
1983 3.54
1984 3.52
1985 3.42
1986 3.24
1987 2.98
1988 2.74
1989 2.62
1990 2.69
1991 2.89
1992 3.23
1993 3.61
1994 3.93
1995 4.12
1996 4.18
1997 4.16
1998 4.10
1999 4.05
2000 4.04
2001 4.03
2002 4.04
2003 4.06
2004 4.07
2005 4.07
2006 4.04
2007 4.01
2008 3.98
2009 3.93
2010 3.87
2011 3.76
2012 3.65
2013 3.56
2014 3.53
2015 3.60
2016 3.72

Population ages 75-79, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 75-79, female (% of female population) in Belgium was 3.78 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 4.43 in 2001 and a minimum value of 2.66 in 1960.

Definition: Female population between the ages 75 to 79 as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 2.66
1961 2.66
1962 2.66
1963 2.67
1964 2.70
1965 2.74
1966 2.77
1967 2.81
1968 2.86
1969 2.92
1970 3.00
1971 3.06
1972 3.13
1973 3.21
1974 3.29
1975 3.39
1976 3.45
1977 3.51
1978 3.58
1979 3.65
1980 3.71
1981 3.73
1982 3.74
1983 3.76
1984 3.78
1985 3.83
1986 3.84
1987 3.88
1988 3.92
1989 3.90
1990 3.80
1991 3.59
1992 3.29
1993 3.01
1994 2.85
1995 2.90
1996 3.07
1997 3.41
1998 3.81
1999 4.15
2000 4.37
2001 4.43
2002 4.41
2003 4.35
2004 4.30
2005 4.28
2006 4.25
2007 4.25
2008 4.27
2009 4.28
2010 4.27
2011 4.19
2012 4.12
2013 4.05
2014 3.97
2015 3.89
2016 3.78

Population ages 75-79, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 75-79, male (% of male population) in Belgium was 3.04 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 3.28 in 2010 and a minimum value of 1.90 in 1994.

Definition: Male population between the ages 75 to 79 as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 2.00
1961 1.99
1962 1.98
1963 1.96
1964 1.94
1965 1.93
1966 1.93
1967 1.92
1968 1.91
1969 1.91
1970 1.93
1971 1.97
1972 2.01
1973 2.05
1974 2.09
1975 2.13
1976 2.18
1977 2.23
1978 2.27
1979 2.30
1980 2.32
1981 2.35
1982 2.36
1983 2.36
1984 2.37
1985 2.38
1986 2.42
1987 2.48
1988 2.53
1989 2.52
1990 2.45
1991 2.32
1992 2.13
1993 1.96
1994 1.90
1995 1.98
1996 2.16
1997 2.44
1998 2.74
1999 2.98
2000 3.13
2001 3.19
2002 3.18
2003 3.15
2004 3.13
2005 3.14
2006 3.15
2007 3.18
2008 3.22
2009 3.26
2010 3.28
2011 3.25
2012 3.22
2013 3.19
2014 3.15
2015 3.11
2016 3.04

Population ages 80 and above, female (% of female population)

The value for Population ages 80 and above, female (% of female population) in Belgium was 7.05 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 7.05 in 2016 and a minimum value of 2.19 in 1960.

Definition: Female population between the ages 80 and above as a percentage of the total female population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 2.19
1961 2.30
1962 2.39
1963 2.44
1964 2.45
1965 2.43
1966 2.53
1967 2.60
1968 2.63
1969 2.64
1970 2.62
1971 2.74
1972 2.83
1973 2.89
1974 2.92
1975 2.94
1976 3.10
1977 3.24
1978 3.35
1979 3.44
1980 3.49
1981 3.69
1982 3.86
1983 3.99
1984 4.09
1985 4.16
1986 4.35
1987 4.50
1988 4.61
1989 4.70
1990 4.76
1991 4.94
1992 5.10
1993 5.21
1994 5.25
1995 5.19
1996 5.17
1997 5.07
1998 4.94
1999 4.85
2000 4.84
2001 5.00
2002 5.20
2003 5.41
2004 5.60
2005 5.75
2006 5.95
2007 6.11
2008 6.25
2009 6.37
2010 6.49
2011 6.63
2012 6.75
2013 6.85
2014 6.92
2015 6.97
2016 7.05

Population ages 80 and above, male (% of male population)

The value for Population ages 80 and above, male (% of male population) in Belgium was 4.14 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 56 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 4.14 in 2016 and a minimum value of 1.49 in 1960.

Definition: Male population between the ages 80 and above as a percentage of the total male population.

Source: World Bank staff estimates based on age/sex distributions of United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.

See also:

Year Value
1960 1.49
1961 1.57
1962 1.62
1963 1.64
1964 1.62
1965 1.56
1966 1.63
1967 1.67
1968 1.67
1969 1.63
1970 1.56
1971 1.62
1972 1.65
1973 1.66
1974 1.63
1975 1.58
1976 1.66
1977 1.72
1978 1.76
1979 1.76
1980 1.73
1981 1.84
1982 1.92
1983 1.97
1984 1.98
1985 1.95
1986 2.05
1987 2.13
1988 2.16
1989 2.17
1990 2.15
1991 2.27
1992 2.37
1993 2.43
1994 2.42
1995 2.34
1996 2.35
1997 2.31
1998 2.25
1999 2.22
2000 2.23
2001 2.40
2002 2.59
2003 2.76
2004 2.91
2005 3.00
2006 3.18
2007 3.32
2008 3.43
2009 3.52
2010 3.60
2011 3.74
2012 3.86
2013 3.95
2014 4.01
2015 4.03
2016 4.14

Classification

Topic: Health Indicators

Sub-Topic: Population