How many foreigners are there in Singapore?
As of June 2021, Singapore’s population stood at 5.45 million. Of its total population of 5.45 million in 2021, 4 million are residents, which consists of citizens and permanent residents (PRs), and 1.45 million are non-residents, which consists of those on various work passes as well as foreign students.
What percentage of Singapore population are citizens?
Population census 2020: How S’pore has changed in 10 charts
On the other hand, the proportion of citizens aged 20 to 64 has fallen from 65.1 per cent in 2011 to the current 61.9 per cent, and is expected to further decrease to about 56 per cent in 2030.
Where do most of the foreigners come from in Singapore?
Malaysia is the main source of immigrants in Singapore (386,000 in 2010), followed by China, Hong Kong, and Macau, then South Asia, Indonesia, and other Asian countries.
How many expats live in Singapore?
The Singapore expat population stood at 1.64 million as of June 2020 – a figure that represents almost 29% of the nation’s 5.69 million-strong population according to the Population in Brief 2020 report.
How many senior citizens are there in Singapore?
Elderly, Youth and Gender Profile
|65 years & Over||‘000||639.0|
|Median Age 4/||Years||41.8|
|Old Age Support Ratio 4/||Number of Residents Aged 20-64 per Resident Aged 65 Years & Over||4.0|
|Sex Ratio 4/||Males per 1,000 Females||960|
How many new citizens are there in Singapore?
There were 31,816 citizen births in 2020, fewer than the 32,844 citizen births in 2019. Over the last five years (2016-2020), there were about 32,500 citizen births on average each year, slightly more than the average of 32,400 each year in the preceding five-year period (2011 to 2015, Chart 5).