The bar graph contrasts the various ages of habitants of Iceland between 1990 and 2020. Overall, the size of the 25–54 age groups grew the most during the period, but the size of the two younger age groups slightly shrank. The numbers in the two oldest age groups were roughly constant.
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The population aged 25 to 54 increased from a third in 1990 to over half in 2020.The two elder age groups did not significantly grow or decrease. The proportion of people aged 65 and older stayed at 13%, while that of people aged 55 to 64 slightly decreased from about 14% to roughly 10% of the population.
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The 0-14 age group, in comparison, saw a decline from just over 25% in 1990 to slightly fewer than 20% in 2020. In a similar vein, the population aged 15 to 24 shrank from just over 20% in 1990 to just fewer than 10% in 2020.
In conclusion, the age range of 25 to 54 saw the biggest growth over that time in comparison with other age groups.