As of 2010, there were over 82 million people in Germany. They are the last remnants of the Slavs that lived in central and eastern Germany since the 7th century to have kept their traditions and not been completely integrated into the wider German nation. Population and Vital Statistics Reprot ( various years ), ( 5 ) U.S. Census Bureau: International Database, and ( 6 ) Secretariat of the Pacific Community: Statistics and Demography Programme. Mothers are more likely to work and as a result less likely to be economically deprived than they used to be. In most cases students attending a Gesamtschule may graduate with the Hauptschulabschluss, the Realschulabschluss or the Abitur depending on how well they did in school. A system of apprenticeship called Duale Ausbildung ("dual education") allows pupils in vocational training to learn in a company as well as in a state-run vocational school. This has been attributed to a "demographic shock": people not only had fewer children, they were also less likely to marry or divorce after the end of the GDR; the biographic options of the citizens of the former GDR had increased. Mikrozensus 2008. , Demographic statistics according to the World Population Review. The general entrance requirement for university is Abitur, a qualification normally based on continuous assessment during the last few years at school and final examinations; however there are a number of exceptions, and precise requirements vary, depending on the state, the university and the subject. Local censuses began as early as 1500âs, though most do not appear until the late 1700âs and early 1800âs. Germany officially has eleven metropolitan regions. 2019 Kenya Population and Housing Census Volume I: Population by County and Sub-County. Today some 13.6 million people live on the former territory of the vanished German Democratic Republic (GDR), a low last seen 114 years ago. Sources: Our World In Data and the United Nations. Other indicators visualized on maps: (In English only, for now) Adolescent fertility rate (births per 1,000 women ages 15-19) The total fertility rate is the number of children born per woman. In 1986 38% of all women, who were about to graduate from college, were mothers of at least one child and additional 14% were pregnant and 43% of all men, who were about to graduate from college, were fathers of at least one child. In an effort to count immigrants who might otherwise be overlooked, federal officials are adding seven languages to online and phone questionnaires for the 2020 US census. Religions: Roman Catholic 27.7%, Protestant 25.5%, Muslim 5.1%, Orthodox 1.9%, other Christian 1.1%, other .9%, none 37.8% (2018 est.) Details â¦ Germany's universities are recognised internationally; in the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) for 2008, six of the top 100 universities in the world are in Germany, and 18 of the top 200. Nevertheless, partly due to the prevalence of Standard German in media, the use of dialects has declined over the past century, especially in the younger population. John Oliver discusses the census, why it matters, and the consequences of an undercount. 2019. Language prevalence dropped from more than 90% (depending on the exact region) in the 1930s to less than 5% today. A few censuses have been taken by various German states, provinces, and cities, and by some ecclesiastical officials. Use of Low Saxon is mainly restricted to use among acquaintances, like family members, neighbours and friends. The latest census in 2011 found that Christianity was the religion of 53,257,550 people or 66.8% of the total population, among whom 24,869,380 or 31.2% were Catholics, 24,552,110 or 30.8% were Protestants of the Evangelical Church in Germany, 714,360 or 0.9% were members of Protestant free churches, and 1,050,740 or 1.3% were members of Eastern Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox â¦ According to provisional results, at least 78,346 people died in Germany in October 2020. Apr 11, 2019: Agricultural Atlas View profiles of the nationâs agriculture at the county-level in a series of multicolor pattern and dot maps. 5 BEEG, BGBl. In Western Germany the most educated women were the most likely to be childless.