نمونه شماره صد و شصت رایتینگ تسک 2 آیلتس
IELTS WRITING TASK 2 SAMPLE 160
WRITNG TASK 2
Should spend about 40 minutes on this task.
Write about the following topic:
The birth rate in most developed countries is predicted to begin to fall over the next 50 years. By 2030 it is estimated that over one third of the population in most developed countries will be aged 65 and over. What effects will these predictions have on developed countries if they prove true? What can be done now to deal with this situation?
Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.
You should write at least 250 words.
Aged people are likely to constitute a more significant part of population of most developed countries in the near future as a result of decrease in their related birth rates. This issue will definitely affect these countries in many terms.
An aged population means that there are less people to work and help their society to develop. This would put the society under pressure, young people should work harder to compensate the lack of work force which might cause many problems for them mentally and physically and there would be no guarantee that they can succeed.
In addition to this, government and insurance institutes have to spend more money to pay the aged people's retirement wages and obviously this makes the society economically weaker. Furthermore old people are more likely to become ill which their related expenses should be covered by insurance and it makes the situation even worse.
To prevent that the huge number of aged population become a crisis, some parameters should be considered by government. I think health care is an essential key point. People should be protected from the diseases and other events that may increase the possibility of disabilities in their old ages. So they can be able to work and take part in their society's development for a much longer period. Furthermore if the old people were healthy enough, there would be no need that to be looked after by a young person.
In conclusion we can say there is not much we can do about circumstances of an aged population except for keeping them health as far as possible.