age bracket


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Synonyms for age bracket

a group of people having approximately the same age

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Astonishingly, almost 15,000 boys and girls in equal measure cannot read or write in 15 to 19-year age bracket despite enhanced educational initiatives.
Under the new agreement, the Ballarat clinic aims to screen approximately 7,700 women in 2014-15, including 620 women in the 70-74 year age bracket, Dr Napthine said.
In other cultures age is associated with wisdom, and this is the age bracket with the most disposable income, so why is it so many of these women feel ignored by retailers?
2% drop in the take-up rates for tests involving those women in the 30-34 age bracket.
Strangely, those in the 61-65 age bracket made less in salary and bonus than their 56-60 counterparts -- and those aged 66 and older reported base salaries more than $12,000 higher than those aged 61-65 (and not significantly less than the latter age group in terms of bonus).
Strangely, those in the 61-65 age bracket made less in salary and bonus than their 56-60 counterparts--and those aged 66 and older reported base salaries more than $12,000 higher than those aged 61-65 (and not significantly less than the latter age group in terms of bonus).
Among age brackets the numbers also broke down with 36 percent favoring Israel and 19 percent favoring the Palestinians in the 18-29 age bracket.
As I am in the age bracket where you do not have to pay for a TV licence.
SHREWSBURY - Lianne Josbacher, a student at the Gymnastics Learning Center, won first place all-around for the 15-16-year-old age bracket at Level 10 in the 2012 Massachusetts Junior Olympic Gymnastics Championships held March 24 at Auburn High School.
Around 15 per cent of the population falls in the age bracket of 35-39 years.
The insurer will review its uniform age bracket for drivers aged 35 and older and set new age brackets by decades for drivers aged 30 to 70, raising premiums mainly for drivers aged 50 and older.
Workers in the 35-49 year age bracket, the largest single age demographic in the workforce, comprising almost 11 million, have missed out, said the report.
The website is designed to meet the specific needs of children in that age bracket, while teaching them to share information responsibly using guided communication.
The study also found that in 2006, the percentage of unmarried women in the 30-39 age bracket was 5 percent, up from 3.
Fifty-one percent in that same age bracket have saved less than $500,000, though they most commonly believe they will need $2,000,000 to retire comfortably.