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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Based on a complex correlation-regression model accounting population demographics, disease statistics, macro & micro economic indicators of the country, etc.
Reporting should include details on industries, technologies and companies, as well as population demographics and country profiles.
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The letter said that the state of national affairs and population demographics has changed immensely and an updated database is needed to meet the demands of the growing population by matching our resources in accordance.
She discusses the historical context since the 1960s and how schools have shifted in population demographics and economic conditions and have been influenced by the Civil Rights movement and desegregation, bilingual and special education legislation, sociocultural revolutions, reform movements, and other events; the relationship between these schools and society, the importance of social class and intersections with race, ethnicity, and gender, and economic, cultural, social, and symbolic capital; and how school organizational cultures are social constructions.
Population demographics and efforts by managed care providers to control healthcare costs are driving the growth in drug self-administration, particularly for chronic conditions, introducing a new class of naove users to parenteral drug delivery.
Travelport - which has been providing business services to the travel industry in the Middle East for the last 20 years - says population demographics and high Internet adoption in the region have a key role to play in online travel growth.
Moreover, if Ohio does go to Obama, it's likely that Wisconsin, with its similar population demographics, will follow suit, the report said.
Control birds did not have atherosclerosis and were chosen by both convenience sampling and population demographics.
However, economic development in many MEA countries continues to be challenged by basic payment infrastructure, limited electronic channels, stratified population demographics and a large proportion of payments still flowing through cash.