Overall, there has been a decrease of 23 percentage points in the proportion of Pakistanis who think having children is the most important
for the fulfillment of one's personality.
In the nationwide survey conducted last June 22-26, 1,200 respondents were asked, "In your opinion, is it important
that the control of the islands that China currently occupies in the West Philippine Sea be given back to the Philippines?"
During the day they go to perform the duties of their important
work at the workplace of importance.
Although generally ranked less important
, when respondents were asked about sports, culture and recreation factors, they claimed that the most important
factors are availability of family-friendly activities (53% said it is very important
), availability of natural areas/landscapes (53% said it is very important
), availability of relaxation options (50% said it is very important
), and availability of outdoor/sports activities (48% said it is very important
As a result, it is valuable to explore what are the most important
factors which can affect the profitability of banks.
Health insurance is common, and 84 percent of the survey participants identified health as being important
-- but only 82 percent identified health is an important
thing to protect.
They are the most likely of all business sizes to think it's very important
to be able to access their bank in-branch (54 per cent) and least likely to think it's very important
to be able to access their bank online (62 per cent).
A nationally representative sample of adult men, from across the four provinces was asked "Please tell us, how important
is family in your life?" Responding to this, 94% said very important
and 6% said somewhat important
On the other hand, being able to reason on the basis of evidence actually is important
. Thinking rationally and logically is important
, all staff members have a good understanding of the scholar athlete profile desired by Gettysburg.
When conflicts arise between pursuing important
academic goals and yielding to tempting distractions, they learn how to remain task-focused despite their immediate impulses; they delay gratification.
Such highly productive systems are particularly important
in the case of poverty-related diseases such as HIV, malaria and TB, when 10-100 millions of doses need to be manufactured while keeping costs relatively low.