DhavalMemberJuly 13, 2021 at 9:45 PM
The bar chart illustrates the migration trend of people in to the urban areas in various part of world over 100 years.
Overall, the trend seems to be quite high for the developed countries like Europe, Lain America, North America and Oceania in comparison to the other parts of the county like Africa and Asia.
For Europe, Latin America, North America & Oceania around half of the population were living in the developed areas i.e. 51% , 42%, 64% and 62% respectively. However figure showed a significant growth in people shifting to city area by 2007 reaching to 72%, 76%, 79% and 71% respectively. The same trend is anticipated for the another 4 decades and expected to touch around 84% in Europe, 89% in Latin America, 90% in North America and 76% in Oceania by end of 2050.
However, such trend showed less popular for the
other counties like Africa & Asia. In 1957 the rate for urban population in
those countries were around 15% & 17% only. Although By 2007 the percentages had almost
double reaching to 37% in Africa and 41%in Asia, it was still much lower in comparison
to the other countries. By end of 2050 the steady growth in the migration percentage
is anticipated & expected to touch to around 62% & 66% respectively