Uzhgorod is among the "youngest" cities in Ukraine
Youth is a great age. Older people often feel nostalgic looking at how a young girl is going on a date, a guy is going to sports. For youth is the age of health, the age of ease. At this age you can stay awake through the night and in the morning go to school or work. Such experiments on your body are almost painless. However, people regret the most about missed opportunities and chances. So we would like this rating of youth to grow into the same rating of adult conscious people who will lead the country, Vsemisto.info writes.
Youth is the future of the country. But still, it's not the biggest share of the population. People aged 15 to 29 years are considered young. Although this issue is still controversial. One can be young even at 40, or be old at 14 which, of course, occurs less frequently. However, statistics show pretty good numbers. On average, 30% of the population in each city is youth. This is a good result. It gives great hope for the future.
It is strange that the top of the rating does not include largest cities of Ukraine. But this can be explained by the fact that there is a more developed working class there beyond the age that is considered young.
So, the rating of the youngest cities in Ukraine:
Rivne - 37.4 years.
Uzhgorod and Lutsk - 37.6 years.
Ternopil and Ivano-Frankivsk - 37.7 years.
Khmelnitsky - 38.2 years.
Chernivtsi - 38.3 years.
Kamyanets-Podilsky - 38.4 years.
Vinnytsia - 38.6 years.
Zhytomyr - 38.8 years.
Bila Tserkva - 39.1 years.
Kyiv - 39.3 years.
* The rating is compiled of cities with a population of over 100,000 people, the criterion was the average age