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As expected, the World Health Organization has reported that people are living longer in developed countries that offer a good quality of life, such as San Mareno (73.4 years), Italy (72.7 years), and Spain (72.6 years.) Conversely, life expectancy is lowest in impoverished, developing nations. Those with the lowest life expectancy are Sierra Leone (28.6 years), Zimbabwe (33.6 years), and Zambia (34.9 years).

One issue affecting elders internationally includes migration of older adults from their nations of origin, such as from the Western Pacific to the United States, which increases the social burden on developing nations. Older adults may migrate to new countries to care for grandchildren.

In some countries, families that used to stay home to care for aging adults no longer do so. For instance, in Japan, the wife of the oldest son used to care for her husband's mother. Today, women in Japan are in the workforce and no longer at home.