TABLE A-1Summary Measures of Demographic Assumptions for Baseline Projection, Selected Years 2008–2100

 Years of Life Expectancy  
YearMenWomenCombinedTotal Fertility Rate (births per woman)Net Migrants (millions)
200875.480.377.82.050.04
200975.680.477.92.040.84
201075.780.578.12.070.82
201576.981.379.02.051.25
202077.982.179.92.041.20
202578.882.980.82.021.14
203079.783.681.62.011.19
203580.584.382.42.001.23
204081.385.083.12.001.27
204582.185.783.82.001.31
205082.886.384.52.001.34
205583.586.985.12.001.38
206084.287.485.82.001.43
206584.888.086.32.001.47
207085.488.586.92.001.52
207586.089.087.42.001.57
208086.589.488.02.001.62
208587.189.988.52.001.67
209087.690.388.92.001.72
209588.190.789.42.001.78
210088.691.189.82.001.84

SOURCE: Committee calculations.

From: Appendix A, Population and Related Projections Made by the Committee

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Aging and the Macroeconomy: Long-Term Implications of an Older Population.
Institute of Medicine (US) Committee on the Long-Run Macroeconomic Effects of the Aging U.S. Population.
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