Social and Economic Development Indicators

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Quality of Life
Measures health, comfort, well-being and happiness
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Doctors per 1000
The number of doctors per 1000 people
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Infant Mortality
The number of children who die before reaching the age of 1 per 1000 live births per year
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Death Rates
The number of deaths occurring per 1000 people
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Access to education
How many people attend primary and secondary school and higher education as a percentage
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Life Expectancy
The average lifespan of someone born in that country
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Literacy Rate
The percentage of the population over the age of 15 who can read and write
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Standard of Living
The level of wealth and material goods available to a person or community
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GNI per capita
The average of the gross national income per person, per year in $
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Employment Type
The proportion of the population working in the primary, secondary, tertiary or quaternary sector.
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Absolute Poverty
How many people cannot afford their basic needs such as food, safe water and shelter
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GDP per capita
An average of the gross domestic product per product, per year in $
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Relative Poverty
Whether people lack an adequate income compared to the society around them.
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The number of doctors per 1000 people

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Doctors per 1000

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The number of children who die before reaching the age of 1 per 1000 live births per year

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The number of deaths occurring per 1000 people

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How many people attend primary and secondary school and higher education as a percentage

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