Economically inactive population in Sweden 2017, by age group

Economically inactive population in Sweden from 2017, by age group

Economically inactive population in Sweden 2017, by age group This statistic shows the number of economically inactive people in Sweden in 2017, by age group. That year most of the economically inactive Swedish inhabitants were people aged 75 years and older (889,270 people).
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Economically inactive population in Sweden from 2017, by age group

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Number of economically inactive inhabitants
16-19 years 333,160
20-24 years 214,310
25-29 years 191,155
30-34 years 135,817
35-39 years 107,549
40-44 years 92,615
45-49 years 89,869
50-54 years 100,984
55-59 years 107,673
60-64 years 166,112
65-69 years 400,221
70-74 years 463,890
75+ years 889,270
Number of economically inactive inhabitants
16-19 years 333,160
20-24 years 214,310
25-29 years 191,155
30-34 years 135,817
35-39 years 107,549
40-44 years 92,615
45-49 years 89,869
50-54 years 100,984
55-59 years 107,673
60-64 years 166,112
65-69 years 400,221
70-74 years 463,890
75+ years 889,270
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This statistic shows the number of economically inactive people in Sweden in 2017, by age group. That year most of the economically inactive Swedish inhabitants were people aged 75 years and older (889,270 people).
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