population profile

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Noun1.population profile - a chart showing the number of people as a function of their ages
profile - an analysis (often in graphical form) representing the extent to which something exhibits various characteristics; "a biochemical profile of blood"; "a psychological profile of serial killers"
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The census to establish the country's population demographics is always conducted after every 10 years.
Dr Mejova noticed the number of posts mentioning the word halal was not strictly correlated with the population demographics of Muslims living in different countries, including the UK and the US.
Dr Mejova noticed the number of posts mentioning the word halal was not strictly correlated with the population demographics of Muslims living in different countries, including the UK and the US:"When we are seeing halal used alongside local culture and habits, we know that the understanding of halal is changing in all of these places.
The primary objective of the service is to meet the demands of the paying consumers, Providing a range of goods at prices comparable to that of convenience store retailers and responsive to the changing population demographics and external influences (e.
By expanding the company's presence in the Los Angeles submarket, it expects to benefit from favourable population demographics in the region and gain operational efficiencies with the nearby InvenTrust-owned Stevenson Ranch Plaza.
Major themes explored are population demographics, health, migration patterns, caregiving, intergenerational living arrangements, quality of life, and social policies.
Among a number of other findings, respondents around the world believe their governments are largely underinvesting in the infrastructure--both social and physical--that cities need to successfully adapt to their future population demographics.
The increase in the diagnosed incident cases of HL was partly attributed to the moderately rising trend in the incidence of HL in the 7MM, combined with changes in the population demographics in the respective markets.
Rob Valletta and Catherine van der List's analysis indicates that a substantial part of the increase is related to the business cycle; however, structural components such as changes in industry composition, general wage levels, and population demographics have also contributed to the increase.
Dubai: Positive economic outlook, family businesses and the population demographics will drive assets under management (AuM) growth in the Middle East, which is expected to rise to $1.
AuM growth in the Middle East will be mainly driven by positive economic outlook, family businesses & entrepreneurship, and the population demographics, the research revealed.
How will changing population demographics, economic conditions, and the rapid pace of health systems change affect nursing supply and demand?