Those with the lowest life expectancies
include Angola, the Central African Republic, Chad, Lesotho, Cote D'Ivoire, Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Cameroon.
Statistics show that women almost always have higher life expectancies
The mortality ratings generally issued by medical examiners for the impaired lives of this age, sex and smoking status normally would range from 300% down to 150%, which translates to life expectancies
between approximately 8.
Those who don't live on or near reservations in the West have life expectancies
similar to whites'.
Among those who try to sell their life policies, 60% have life expectancies
from six to 12 years.
If both life expectancies
are recalculated, in computing the 2000 required distribution Arnie would use the joint life expectancy for 72 and 65-22.
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in developed nations are expected to keep heading toward the century mark, though such gains appear to be lagging behind in the U.
Women who were parents at age 60 had life expectancies
of about 24.
Welsh cultural and social historian Peter Stead believes South Wales' industrial past is partially responsible for the low life expectancies
in the area.
LIFE EXPECTANCY REPORTS are an important part of the life settlement process, and increasingly a growing concern as investors and other players in the transaction are seeing the effects of variances in life expectancies
on the pricing of policies in the secondary markets.
Probabilistic pricing formulas incorporate mortality rates rather than life expectancies
and so recognize that death may occur at any future policy duration.