demography n the scientific study of human populations, esp. with reference to their size, structure, and distribution (C19: from French démographie, from Greek demos the populace; see -graphy)
demographer, demographist n
n (Chiefly Brit) a predicted shortage of school-leavers and consequently of available workers, caused by an earlier drop in the birth rate, resulting in an older workforce
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