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2010 Population: 81,624,000
Forecast 2050 Population: 71,510,000
Percent Decrease: 12.4 percent
2010 Population over age 65: 20 percent
Fertility Rate: 1.3
Net Migration Rate: -1
Germany has the world's second-oldest population, after Japan: About one-fifth of residents is at least 65 years old, according to the Population Reference Bureau. Meanwhile the country's fertility rate has fallen to levels not seen since 1946, reports Time. To address the issue, Chancellor Angela Merkel has introduced incentives for childbearing, including plans to expand the number of nursery schools and the offer of an allowance that pays 67 percent of a parent's income (or up to $2,300 per month) if he or she stays home during a newborn child's first year.