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What is true about both young and aging populations in terms of a nation’s economy? A. Both young and aging populations can mean potential labor shortages, since fewer people are of working age. B. Both young and aging populations contribute to skewed family dynamics, forcing governments to create welfare programs. C. Neither young nor aging populations create increased healthcare costs for governments. D. Neither young nor aging populations create increased education costs for governments.

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