Definition of 'socio-economic'
Example sentences containing 'socio-economic'
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People of the same ethnic background and socio-economic status are most comfortable together. Christianity Today (2000)They have greatly improved their socio-economic status. Sociology and Religion: A Collection of Readings (1995)Most teachers usually occupy a higher socio-economic status than their pupils. Educational Psychology in a Changing World (1988)Another constraint is the differing socio-economic status between the teacher and the pupils. Educational Psychology in a Changing World (1988)This is true of people of all ages and socio-economic groups. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It is a struggle between generations and socio-economic groups. Times, Sunday Times (2008)And it said low income groups are adding more debt than any other socio-economic group. The Sun (2011)Many parents in lower socio-economic groups will be unable to access it because they do not have computers. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Only just over half of those offered screening take it up, and there are wide variations between socio-economic groups. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They also found that there were strong links between the speed of pupils' progress and their socio-economic and ethnic backgrounds. Times, Sunday Times (2011)A person's class and socio-economic background are as important. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Lack of school choice is sometimes seen as the downside of rural life, but it ensures that schools are truly mixed in terms of socio-economic background. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Translations for 'socio-economic'
British English: socio-economic ADJECTIVE
Socio-economic circumstances or developments involve a combination of social and economic factors.
...the socio-economic status of these people.
Definition of socio-economic from the Collins English Dictionary
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