Population of the UAE
In 2019, the population of the United Arab Emirates will increase by 186 122 people and at the end of the year will be 10 018 218 people.
Population of the United Arab Emirates
– 9,985,338 population
– 6,936,641 The male population (69.5%)
– 3,048,698 Female population (30.5%)
– 90,666 Born this year
– 157 Born today
In 2019, the population of the United Arab Emirates will increase by 186 122 people and at the end of the year will be 10 018 218 people. Natural population growth will be positive and amount to 95,076 people. For the whole year, approximately 110,119 children will be born and 15,043 people will die.
If the level of external migration will remain at the level of the previous year, then, due to migration reasons, the population will change by 91.045 people. That is, the total number of people entering the country for the purpose of long-term stay (immigrants) will be more than the number of people leaving the country (emigrants).
The population growth rate in the United Arab Emirates in 2019 will be 510 people per day. According to a general estimate, at the end of 2018, the population of the United Arab Emirates was 9,832,096 people. In 2018, the population of the United Arab Emirates increased by approximately 182,664 people.
Given that the population of the United Arab Emirates at the beginning of the year was estimated at 9,649,432 people, the annual increase was 1.89%
Distribution of population by age groups. According to estimates, as of the beginning of 2019, the population of the United Arab Emirates had the following age distribution:
In absolute figures:
– 2,008,009 people under 15 years old (males: 1,027,257 / females: 980,752) 20%
– 7,733,435 people over 14 and under 65 years old (men: 5,669,678 / women: 2,063,757) 78.7%
– 90.652 people over 64 years old (males: 58.108 / females: 32.544) 0.9%
As we can see, the United Arab Emirates population pyramid has a regressive or decreasing type. This type of pyramid is commonly found in highly developed countries. In such countries, usually a fairly high level of health care, as well as the level of education of citizens.
Due to the relatively low mortality and birth rates, the population has a high life expectancy. All these factors, along with many others, lead to an aging population (increase the average age of the population).
For the United Arab Emirates, the coefficient of the total demographic load is 27.1%. A value of 27.1% is relatively low. It shows that the working-age population is more than twice the size of the working-age population. This attitude creates a relatively low social burden for society.
Life expectancy at birth (for both sexes) in the United Arab Emirates is 76.5 years (years).
This is above the average life expectancy in the world, which is about 71 years old (according to the population department of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs).
The average life expectancy of men at birth is 73.9 years (years)
The average life expectancy of women at birth is 79.2 years (years)