This summary is based on information obtained from the Central Intelligence Agency’s (CIA) “The World Factbook”. Germany, which also carries the long name of Federal Republic of Germany, is the largest economy in the European Continent. According to Germany’s last census in July of 2014, their population consists of 80,996,685. The number of Germany’s population is divided into 91% Germans, 2.4% Turkish and 6.1% which is considered other. That other population is made of Greeks, Italians, Polish, Russians, Serbo –Croatians, and Spanish. The primary language in Germany is the German language, however, they also have what is called the Minority languages and that is based on region. Religion also plays a role in the language balance of Germany as most Muslims also master the Arabic language. Muslims make up 3.7% of the religions in Germany. The dominant religion is the protestant and following is the Catholic religion.
Germany’s educational system shows evidence of effectiveness. The literacy number in Germany is 99% for anyone over 15 years of age. Respectively, the unemployment rate between the ages of 15-24 is only 25.1%, which is a considerably low number in comparison to the world. The life expectancy rate for a German is 80 years of age despite obesity, drug use and HIV/AIDS being the considered ailments plaguing Germany’s health crisis.