lower-income

lower-income

adj
(Economics) earning less than average
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Although students in higher-income families still have an overall advantage in access to a home computer and high-speed internet, their counterparts in lower-income families have essentially cut the gap in half in both categories.
Summary: The earlier trend of the mid- and lower-income segment moving to Dubai's fringe locations or to the Northern Emirates is set to reverse
Synopsis: Two-thirds of lower-income adults in the U.
One in four students from lower-income families did not participate in any school activities--sports, arts, or clubs--in 2015-16, according to the National Poll on Children's Health.
With support from community economic development leaders, PCV is working to help meet the needs of lower-income workers today by empowering small businesses and driving more capital toward underserved communities.
MIDDLE-CLASS children in China are twice as likely to be short-sighted than their lower-income peers, a new large population-based study reports.
We found a significant relationship between the number of fast food restaurants and BMI for within a half-mile, one mile, and two miles of the home, but only among lower-income study participants," explains Reitzel.
found that lower-income shoppers are more inclined toward private label in cereal, cleaning and laundry care, and highest-income shoppers are less inclined toward store brand snacks, beverages and ice cream.
The current enrollment period coincides with the holiday season, when many lower-income families endure some financial stress.
This relationship was most prominent among lower-income and lower-education level mothers.
The amount will be used by the Corporation as an equity investment in Activa, an insurance group operating in Cameroon, Ghana, as well as other countries in the region, facilitating move to raise access to insurance for farmers, smaller businesses, and lower-income individuals.
cities with populations of 250,000 or more) overall; and (3) Compared to large cities, scores for lower-income students are higher in six districts at grade 4 and four districts at grade 8.