standard of living

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a level of material comfort in terms of goods and services available to someone or some group

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He explained that the study aims to analyse the prevailing standard of living in the sultanate and determine its consistency with the productivity rates, value added, efficiency and effectiveness.
Filipinos with ages 18 to 29 (90%) are more likely than those with ages 30 to 49 (87%) and ages 50 and older (79%) to say people can improve their standard of living. Pew stressed a median of 57% across the 27 countries surveyed agree thatmost people have a good chance to improve their own standard of living, adding this sentiment is slightly more widespread in the nine emerging economies surveyed than in the 18 advanced economies.
To change your own standard of living (in a nation that has refused to listen to virtually every voice of reason) is to take heed to what I am sharing with you today.
To compare MSAs, the measure of income that I used is real (i.e., inflation-adjusted) per capita personal income, which I adjusted by the appropriate RPP The results suggest that some MSAs have a much higher standard of living while others have a much lower standard of living than the nation as a whole.
For a year, the standard of living has gone up by between 5% and 7% and average wages - by 12%.
Another very influential way to raise the standard of living of these sparsely populated areas is by improving our roads by extending our dual carriageways to areas like Fishguard from St Clears, like they have done to Holyhead.
People's outlook on the economic conditions of their country aligns closely with their level of optimism for the future generation's standard of living. Residents of poor countries with fast-growing economies are more likely to say national economic conditions are "getting better" than are residents of wealthier countries with slow-growing economies.
He stated that with the development package announced by the Prime Minister, development projects would be initiated to help improve the standard of living of the people of Thatta.
Gordon presents readers with a comprehensive examination of the history of the standard of living in the United States from the Civil war to the present.
The average standard of living of a society is the purchasing power that its members get on average from the income generated by its annual economic production.
The Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF), which looked at how changes announced in the summer Budget will affect people's ability to afford a decent standard of living by 2020, also found that families with two parents in full-time work, workers without children and pensioners will typically be better off.
The report finds that of the 3.7 million individuals living in single working-age households in the UK, 1.4 million lacked the income required for an adequate standard of living in 2012/13.
Wright said: "Some people argue that it is not fixable and that you can only expect the standard of living to fall.
Global Banking News-February 13, 2014--Kazakhstan central bank governor says standard of living improving
The pattern of contraceptive use has been analysed in terms of six characteristics of women--number of surviving children (0,1, 2-3, and >3), religion (Hindu, Muslim, and others), residence (rural and urban), number of years of schooling of the woman and her husband (1-8 years, 912 years, and >12 years), and household standard of living (very low, low, average, high, and very high).
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