PING vs. PED

Name of PING- Mongolia 
Ranking (UN HDI) Current Year (_of 192)- 103
Population- 2.839 million
Literacy Rate- 97.4%
Gender: Female Population with at least some secondary education- 85.29%
Dependency Ratio of Population- <15- 40.4%     >65- 5.6%
Infant Mortality Rate- 23 per 1000
Life Expectancy at birth- 67.5%
Rate of Natural Increase (CBR-CDR) 2.3%
% of Population Ages- 0.1%

15-49 with HIV/AIDS- n/a

Net Migration- -1.1
Percent Urban- 70.36%
GNI (GDP) PPP per capita- $8,465.78
Poverty: Percent of Pop living below $2 US per Day- n/a
%of GDP spent on education- 5.48%

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Name of PED- Sweden
Ranking (UN HDI) Current Year (_of 192)- 12
Population- 9.57 million
Literacy Rate- n/a
Gender: Female Population with at least some secondary education- 86.54%
Dependency Ratio of Population- <15- 27.64%     >65- 31.83%
Infant Mortality Rate- 2 per 1000
Life Expectancy at birth- 81.82%
Rate of Natural Increase (CBR-CDR)- 0.2%
% of Population Ages- n/a

15-49 with HIV/AIDS- n/a

Net Migration- 4.2
Percent Urban- 85.51%
GNI (GDP) PPP per capita- $41,839
Poverty: Percent of Pop living below $2 US per Day- n/a
%of GDP spent on education- 6.98%

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Conclusion: The difference between these two countries is ,in some places, a startling difference, but in other places similar. For one, the difference of the Female population with some form of education between these two countries is only 1.25%, and the difference between the amount of GDP is only 1.5%. From this you can see that both countries highly value education. Unfortunately, you can also see the difference in health care, the dependency ratio of people over 65 in Mongolia is only 5.6% compared to the 31% in Sweden, which points out that the life expectancy of people in Mongolia is most likely much lower.

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