Provincial Average

Some articles on provincial average, average:

Grand Falls-Windsor - Demographics
... Unemployment in the town in 2006 was 17.0% slightly down from 17.7% in 2001 and below the provincial average of 18.6% ... In 2000 the average annual earnings of part-time working residents was $26,671, compared to the provincial average of $24,165 ... The average earnings of full-time workers was $38,665, again slightly above the provincial average of $37,910 ...
Grand Falls-Windsor, Newfoundland And Labrador - Demographics
... the town in 2006 was 17.0% slightly down from 17.7% in 2001 and below the provincial average of 18.6% ... In 2000 the average annual earnings of part-time working residents was $26,671, compared to the provincial average of $24,165 ... The average earnings of full-time workers was $38,665, again slightly above the provincial average of $37,910 ...
Pouce Coupe, British Columbia - Demographics
... families, 63% were married couples (average 3.2 persons per family) and 21% were lone parents (3.0 persons per family) ... Residents of the village were slightly older than the provincial average, but with a federally-subsidized 60 bed care home located in the village a much greater proportion of residents were seniors ... Widows comprised 16% of residents over 20 years old, higher than the provincial average of 6% ...

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