Life expectancy in Serbia 80 years

The average age of the population in Serbia is now 43.16 years and, according to Eurostat data (Statistical Office of the EU), life expectancy in Serbia is about 80 years, with slight differences between regions.

If we look at the regions, the longest life expectancy – 65 years – is in Belgrade, the shortest in Vojvodina.

Eurostat data shows that people who turned 65 in 2018 could expect to live on average another 16.8 years in the Belgrade region, which leads to an average life expectancy of 81.8 years.

In the Šumadija region and western Serbia, a person who turned 65 in 2018 could expect to live another 16.2 years on average, or up to 81.

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In the Vojvodina region, however, life expectancy is 80.5 years, which means that 65-year-olds can expect to live another 15.5 years on average.

The region of southern and eastern Serbia is ranked somewhere in the middle, where life expectancy is 80.8 years. In terms of gender life expectancy in Serbia, women live on average 5.8 years longer than men.

(Blic, 01.10.2020)

https://www.blic.rs/vesti/drustvo/koliki-je-zivotni-vek-u-srbiji-statistika-zavisi-od-grada-regiona-ali-i-pola-a-evo/9zc6480

 

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