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a statistic characterizing human populations (or segments of human populations broken down by age or sex or income etc

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com has been expanded to include the following additional Canadian demographic data categories: age, education, employment, ethnicity, income, housing units, minority, population, occupation, and race.
The importance of updating the demographic opportunity document stems from the expectation that Jordan is on the verge of a historic demographic change that could result in demographic opportunities, according to a press release by the population council.
Huda Al Matroushi, a candidate from Abu Dhabi, said the demographic imbalance should be addressed in a way that strikes a balance between comprehensive development and the interests of the homeland.
The study will provide those concerned with planning with information and expectations that assist in laying down strategies and developmental, social and economic plans in a manner that guarantees the ideal benefit from future demographic opportunities.
Government and society can respond to the demographic changes to prevent the fall in the living standard.
Providing our clients the ability to view and utilize reliable business and demographic data enhances their underwriting ability and assist them in making the right investment decision.
When only demographic characteristics were considered, the odds of preterm delivery were significantly elevated for black women (odds ratio, 1.
Sharpe's clever assessment of Colyton's sex ratio provides a useful reminder that out-migration was a significant factor in early modern England; nearly one million people--mostly male and mostly youths--slipped outside the 'observation universe' of demographic and economic analysis.
when someone purchases Pioneer brand seed corn, we have more accurate transactional and demographic records than if we were distributing through dealers," Riedesel says.
When it comes to providing information on large numbers of individuals, demographic databases maintained by the U.
Sure, you can get answers to the four P's of marketing (product, price, promotion and place) and have a rough idea of who your customers are--but the reality is that virtually any customer, regardless of his or her demographic attributes, purchases virtually any product you have to offer.
Demographic shifts - was there ever a better reminder that we truly do live in a global economy?
Most male buyers in this demographic group are more apt to purchase a five- to 10-year-old sport utility or light-truck.
The National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), through the Demographic and Behavioral Sciences Branch (DBSB) of the Center for Population Research, invites applications for infrastructure grants in support of population research relevant to the DBSB mission.
com/journals/demographics), a Web-only publication that features demographic and metropolitan information from ACBJ's 41 city and regional business publications.