Indonesia is a fast growing country, where "thanks to a combination of a young population and falling birth rate, Indonesia will see a surge in the ratio of its working population to the number of dependents," according to the Economist.

This will help to increase potential earnings for the country while decreasing the cost associated with pensions and health care. Episodes like these result in explosive economic growth, which is happening in countries like China. … "Surging Working Age Population" has a significant impact, so an analyst should put more weight into it. This qualitative factor will lead to a decrease in costs.