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Young people's share of unemployment among nationals in the region is disproportionally high: For example, in 2008, 46 percent of the unemployed in Saudi Arabia consisted of youth, while they constituted only 12 percent of the overall workforce.
Digital platforms have allowed people to share their content, but platforms disproportionally profit, while creators retain little to nothing.
TB, like many diseases, disproportionally affects the poor," CBS News quoted Dr.
The Firm handles matters which disproportionally impact Miami including International Business, Corporate, Real Estate, Bankruptcy, and Litigation services.
It suggests that present planning policies are too narrow in focus and the high costs of submitting planning applications have made it disproportionally more expensive for small scale rural developments, preventing much-needed development in the countryside.
No age group consumes Soy Products disproportionally in China, with consumption patterns closely matching the demographic make-up of the country.
Although we have known for many years that the cerebellum is disproportionally shrunk in persons with Down syndrome, we wanted to find out how their cerebella operated on a functional level," Costa said.
No age group consumes Dairy products disproportionally in China, with consumption patterns closely matching the demographic make-up of the country.
a Au3 million allocation from within the Au30m pledged to the UN and Red Cross appeals to ensure women and girls are not disproportionally affected by the crisis.
These size-sorting processes led the grains to become disproportionally incorporated into the meteorites and planets newly forming around the Sun.
Investigations performed by students are relevant to pediatric and adult illnesses, including diabetes, obesity, cardiovascular disease, and other maladies that disproportionally affect under-resourced communities.