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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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To capture the impact of "baby boomers," the authors assign working-age individuals to demographic groups on the basis of age and gender, and use weighted averages and other estimation methods to develop a demographically adjusted LIUR.
However, Middlesex County overall is demographically much stronger with income, unemployment and population growth figures generally equal to or above state and national averages.
If you need proof, look no further than a recent Gallup study, which finds that hiring a demographically diverse workforce can improve a company's financial performance.
Rick Perry asked lawmakers to ratify during the current special session - and what they're like, demographically and politically.
"The wall also aims at connecting these settlements geographically and demographically and at the same time displacing the Palestinians from their own lands",he added.
It's a model that couldn't have been built anywhere but New Hampshire or somewhere that was demographically similar.
The report, titled, "The Arab-Israeli Conflict: Could It Be Solved Demographically?" estimates that by 2025, the populations of the West Bank and Gaza are expected to rise to 4.4 million and 3 million, compared to 1.8 million and approximately 1 million in 1997, respectively.
We need to understand the political decision to close what is not only a demographically important medical facility but also a well established team of experts in gun and knife wounds.
The groups were demographically similar, except the average body mass index was higher in the group that did not receive early epidural analgesia.
These "unaware RSS users" are similar demographically to the average internet user, suggesting that RSS is not just for the tech-savvy few.
In Asia some 60 million girls are demographically "missing" because of such violence.
However, all the subjects were healthy, young (mean age 27.2 years), and well educated (mean education of 15.2 years), demographically limiting the applicability of the findings.
Hamilton County and Chattanooga Public Schools were on the brink of merging, and the two demographically different districts--Hamilton is 95 percent white, Chattanooga is largely minority--didn't yet know how to work together.
Guseilo, Curl and Hokenstad use a strategy of giving us a glimpse into the future of the United States through a review of pension policy in Sweden, one of the demographically oldest countries in the world with approximately 17% of the population over the age of 65.
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