socio-economic group


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socio-economic group

the potential BUYERS of a consumer product grouped together in terms of certain common personal and economic characteristics, for example, the nature of their jobs (professional, labourer), level of income (high, low), age (old, young), etc. Such groups are likely to differ in the level and pattern of their spending and thus can be used as the basis for identifying MARKET SEGMENTS that then can be exploited by targeting ‘customized’ products to meet the particular customer requirements of those segments.
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05) between different socio economic groups (Schools and slum), whereas Allergic Rhinitis was found irrespective of socio-economic groups and was statistically not significant (P > 0.
41% in low and 100% in high socio-economic group (pless than 0.
The main objective of the paper is to use survey data to analyze income inequality in Poland by socio-economic groups by means of selected concentration measures and their decomposition.
A study conducted by the university researchers on more than 10,000 children in 23 countries has found that children in the lowest socio-economic groups are more than two years behind in terms of reading skills compared to higher socio-economic groups children.
Marketing top-end brands to lower socio-economic groups has been frequently debated.
9% of the newborn babies in the study belong to the higher socio-economic group.
Gradient in CVD risk factors across socio-economic groups
Whereas, for the low socio-economic group the percentages of malnutrition found among the males and females were 20% and 23.
In the present study, the number of children in low, middle and poor socio-economic group was 3257(87%), 471(12.
I thinK the idea was to show how unfairly this socio-economic group is being treated.
The majority of consumers are aged over 45 and in socio-economic group ABC1 .
The pilot increased the staying on rate of students in the lowest socio-economic group by around 10pc.
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