According to the publication released by the UNFPA or the United Nations Population Fund last 2012 entitled Ageing in the 21st Century , the ageing population phenomena is currently trending. The study indicates that the ratio was currently pegged at one out of eight people in the world are within the age bracket of over 60 years old in the next 10 years. A not so good indicator that faces every nation who has a very imbalance ratio when the median age of all the people in a country or region rises up due to a longer life expectancy ratio and/or due to the significant declines in the country's fertility ratio. Said to be currently experiencing such demography was Japan, China, India, Korea, and other countries whose respective government agencies on population have very abnormal ratio of its ageing citizen against its newborns. In America, the latest population data available suggests that one in every seven Americans are above 65 years old. Does this mean the American race is tilting down the scale and alarming? What can you say about this?