|The number of live babies born in a year for every 1000 people.
|The number of people who die in a year for every 1000 people.
|Where the number of live births is greater than number of deaths.
|Where the number of deaths is greater than the number of live births.
|Population growth rate
|The number of people added to, or lost from, the population each year. This can be as a result of natural increase and migration.
|Demographic transition model
|A diagram which shows how a country's population changes overtime. The model goes through five stages, with the population being stable before rising sharply, then leveling off, and then slowly decreasing.
|A graph showing the age and sex of a population.
|Meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
|The population aged under 15 and dependent on adults to care for them.
|Those aged between 15 and 64 who are eligible to work. This group is also called economically active.
|The population aged over 65 who may be (or become) dependent on others for care.
|The dependency ratio is a measure of number of people and those dependent on them. Children(under 15)+ Elderly (65 and over) *100 ____________________________ working population
|Movement of people from one place to another.
|A person who moves from one place to another in order to find work or better living conditions.
|The country that a migrant comes from.
|The country that a migrant goes to, such as the UK.
|A person who travels from one country or area to another in order to improve their standard of living.
|A factor that can force people to leave their own country because of not enough jobs, low wages etc.
|A factor that can attract people to a new country because of better lifestyle, better wages etc.