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demographics

The attributes of people in a particular geographic area. Used for marketing purposes, population, ethnic origins, religion, spoken language, income and age range are examples of demographic data.
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At the current pace of the country's population growth, the researchers said the Philippines may not be able to maximize the benefits of the demographic dividend.
North Dakota and Wyoming are two states with evidenced strong demographic and economic strength over the last 20 plus years, but which have also experienced significant volatility caused by high energy exposure in their economies.
Yes, without any doubt, even though the inclusion of the demographic dividend on the agenda of the African Union (AU) summit was the result of many combined efforts.
The training also aims to evaluate the reliability of estimates produced by various demographic methods as well as understand concepts for subnational projections.
Recent literature has identified that demographic factors also affect inflation in countries experiencing demographic transition (Yoon et al., 2014; Anderson et al., 2013).
Demographic Dividend and its Impact on Economic Growth
"We are concerned by these data and the government should deal with the demographic issues very seriously as part of its family welfare plans," Koukouma said.
All of these factors point towards a demographic transition with the potential of a huge demographic dividend resulting in a rise in the rate of economic growth due to a rising share of working age people in the population."
The Demographic Trends in Tajikistan report will be part of the major Human Development Report titled the Access to Resources for Human Development in Tajikistan.
One is why did the population in England show no signs of improvement in the two centuries after the plague, and the other is how different was the demographic structure of the late Middle Ages from that of the early modern period.