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Single women between 25 and 44 far outnumber single men in most large cities on the east coast.
Informa Telecoms & Media today released research which shows that OTT-to-the-TV viewers will outnumber IPTV viewers by 2013.
Seven of the top ten unemployment blackspots were in the capital, including Hackney where claimants outnumber vacancies by a "shocking" 24 to 1.
Women rabbinical students outnumber men two-to-one at the Reform Hebrew Union College.
In Northumberland 53,420 women work for the council, with only 47,075 males, and in Newcastle women outnumber men by almost 5%.
A national survey of more than 1,000 academics shows that Democratic professors outnumber Republicans by at least seven to one in the humanities and social sciences.
Consumer confidence has risen to a 42-month high although pessimists continue to outnumber optimists, according to a Bank of Japan (BOJ) survey released Thursday.
Each is a lilt-and-miss affair, and you silently pray that the hits outnumber the misses so you have a reason to hang on to it after the good feeling of donating to whatever cruise fades away.
Although the male facilities outnumber female facilities by far, my female clientele continues to grow.
Respondents' impressions of accountants improved most among the 25 "industries" measured, rising to a 2003 net rating of 31% (that is, the margin by which those holding positive views outnumber those with negative ones) from a 0% net rating in 2002.
Although the number of women enrolled in higher education is slightly higher than men, more men have undertaken advanced research programmes and significantly outnumber women in university professorships and research activities.
Men far outnumber women in math and science careers.