Demographic data

After the unusual decrease in the pandemic year 2020, the population in Berlin rose by 0.4 percent in 2021. Accordingly, around 13,400 more residents lived in Berlin last year than in 2020. Those of 30 to under 35 years old form the numerically largest age group. With approximately 742,000 foreign residents from around 170 nations and an average age of the population of 42.6 years old, Berlin is a cosmopolitan and young city. 

The City of Berlin ... ... has increased about more than 39,000 Babies in 2021. ... is the largest city in Germany with appprox. 3,7 Mio. million residents (49% male, 51% female). ... has grown about 13,400 residents in 2021. ... is a young city, 55% of the population is younger than 45 years of age, the average age was 42.9*. Foreign population of Berlin Berlin is an international city with people from about 170 nations living here. Berlin's population in age groups 2021 14% under 15 9% 15 to under 25 31% 25 to under 45 26% 45 to under 65 19% 65 and more The proportion of the foreign-born population in the total population is 20%, most of them coming from Turkey, Poland and Syria. (Source: Berlin-Brandenburg office of statistics, 2022 – Data for 2021; *as at 12.31.2021 )

Berlin Economy Overview Map

The Berlin Economy Overview Map provides specific industry and infrastructure information for any location in Berlin.