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Poland Population: Rural

Poland Population: Rural: 0 to 4 Years

2002 - 2017 | Semiannually | Person | Central Statistical Office

Poland’s Population: Rural: 0 to 4 Years data was reported at 783,929.00 Person in Dec 2017. This records an increase from the previous number of 783,367.00 Person for Jun 2017. Poland’s Population: Rural: 0 to 4 Years data is updated semiannually, averaging 800,563.00 Person from Jun 2002 to Dec 2017, with 31 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 873,154.00 Person in Dec 2011 and a record low of 762,962.00 Person in Dec 2006. Poland’s Population: Rural: 0 to 4 Years data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Central Statistical Office. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Poland – Table PL.G002: Population: Rural.

Last

783,929.00

Dec 2017
Previous

783,367.00

Jun 2017
Min

762,962.00

Dec 2006
Max

873,154.00

Dec 2011
Unit

Person

Frequency

semiannually

Range

Jun 2002 - Dec 2017

Updated on 24 Apr 2018
Last Previous Min Max Unit Frequency Range

783,929.00

Dec 2017

783,367.00

Jun 2017

762,962.00

Dec 2006

873,154.00

Dec 2011

Person

semiannually

Jun 2002 - Dec 2017

Updated on 24 Apr 2018

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Poland Population: Rural: 0 to 4 Years

Series Details
Series ID

100961407

Name

Poland Population: Rural: 0 to 4 Years

Country

Poland

Frequency

Semiannually

Unit

Person

Status

Active

Source

Central Statistical Office

First Date

Jun 2002

Last Date

Dec 2017

Last Updated

24 Apr 2018

Statistics
Mean

807,244.42

Variance

1,054,258,248.85

Standard deviation

32,469.34

Skewness

0.53

Kurtosis

-0.75

Coefficient variation

0.04

Median

800,563.00

Max
Dec 2011

873,154.00

Min
Dec 2006

762,962.00

Previous observation
Jun 2017

783,367.00

Last observation
Dec 2017

783,929.00

Number of Observations

31

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Poland Population: Rural: 85 Years and Above

2002 - 2017 | Semiannually | Person | Central Statistical Office

Poland’s Population: Rural: 85 Years and Above data was reported at 291,154.00 Person in Dec 2017. This records an increase from the previous number of 285,188.00 Person for Jun 2017. Poland’s Population: Rural: 85 Years and Above data is updated semiannually, averaging 195,425.00 Person from Jun 2002 to Dec 2017, with 31 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 291,154.00 Person in Dec 2017 and a record low of 86,872.00 Person in Dec 2003. Poland’s Population: Rural: 85 Years and Above data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Central Statistical Office. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Poland – Table PL.G002: Population: Rural.

Last

291,154.00

Dec 2017
Previous

285,188.00

Jun 2017
Min

86,872.00

Dec 2003
Max

291,154.00

Dec 2017
Unit

Person

Frequency

semiannually

Range

Jun 2002 - Dec 2017

Updated on 24 Apr 2018
Last Previous Min Max Unit Frequency Range

291,154.00

Dec 2017

285,188.00

Jun 2017

86,872.00

Dec 2003

291,154.00

Dec 2017

Person

semiannually

Jun 2002 - Dec 2017

Updated on 24 Apr 2018

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Poland Population: Rural: 85 Years and Above

Series Details
Series ID

100971607

Name

Poland Population: Rural: 85 Years and Above

Country

Poland

Frequency

Semiannually

Unit

Person

Status

Active

Source

Central Statistical Office

First Date

Jun 2002

Last Date

Dec 2017

Last Updated

24 Apr 2018

Statistics
Mean

198,268.94

Variance

3,754,317,649.13

Standard deviation

61,272.49

Skewness

-0.14

Kurtosis

-1.04

Coefficient variation

0.31

Median

195,425.00

Max
Dec 2017

291,154.00

Min
Dec 2003

86,872.00

Previous observation
Jun 2017

285,188.00

Last observation
Dec 2017

291,154.00

Number of Observations

31

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Poland Population: Rural: Biological: 0 to 14 Years

2002 - 2017 | Semiannually | Person | Central Statistical Office

Poland’s Population: Rural: Biological: 0 to 14 Years data was reported at 2,509,422.00 Person in Dec 2017. This records an increase from the previous number of 2,503,365.00 Person for Jun 2017. Poland’s Population: Rural: Biological: 0 to 14 Years data is updated semiannually, averaging 2,579,891.00 Person from Jun 2002 to Dec 2017, with 31 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 3,096,867.00 Person in Jun 2002 and a record low of 2,499,718.00 Person in Jun 2016. Poland’s Population: Rural: Biological: 0 to 14 Years data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Central Statistical Office. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Poland – Table PL.G002: Population: Rural.

Last

2,509,422.00

Dec 2017
Previous

2,503,365.00

Jun 2017
Min

2,499,718.00

Jun 2016
Max

3,096,867.00

Jun 2002
Unit

Person

Frequency

semiannually

Range

Jun 2002 - Dec 2017

Updated on 24 Apr 2018
Last Previous Min Max Unit Frequency Range

2,509,422.00

Dec 2017

2,503,365.00

Jun 2017

2,499,718.00

Jun 2016

3,096,867.00

Jun 2002

Person

semiannually

Jun 2002 - Dec 2017

Updated on 24 Apr 2018

View Poland's Population: Rural: Biological: 0 to 14 Years from Jun 2002 to Dec 2017 in the chart:

Poland Population: Rural: Biological: 0 to 14 Years

Series Details
Series ID

100975007

Name

Poland Population: Rural: Biological: 0 to 14 Years

Country

Poland

Frequency

Semiannually

Unit

Person

Status

Active

Source

Central Statistical Office

First Date

Jun 2002

Last Date

Dec 2017

Last Updated

24 Apr 2018

Statistics
Mean

2,666,314.06

Variance

34,215,488,625.80

Standard deviation

184,974.29

Skewness

1.12

Kurtosis

-0.05

Coefficient variation

0.07

Median

2,579,891.00

Max
Jun 2002

3,096,867.00

Min
Jun 2016

2,499,718.00

Previous observation
Jun 2017

2,503,365.00

Last observation
Dec 2017

2,509,422.00

Number of Observations

31

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Poland Population: Rural: Biological: 15 to 64 Years

2002 - 2017 | Semiannually | Person | Central Statistical Office

Poland’s Population: Rural: Biological: 15 to 64 Years data was reported at 10,564,064.00 Person in Dec 2017. This records a decrease from the previous number of 10,577,451.00 Person for Jun 2017. Poland’s Population: Rural: Biological: 15 to 64 Years data is updated semiannually, averaging 10,380,641.00 Person from Jun 2002 to Dec 2017, with 31 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 10,666,862.00 Person in Dec 2013 and a record low of 9,552,533.00 Person in Jun 2002. Poland’s Population: Rural: Biological: 15 to 64 Years data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Central Statistical Office. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Poland – Table PL.G002: Population: Rural.

Last

10,564,064.00

Dec 2017
Previous

10,577,451.00

Jun 2017
Min

9,552,533.00

Jun 2002
Max

10,666,862.00

Dec 2013
Unit

Person

Frequency

semiannually

Range

Jun 2002 - Dec 2017

Updated on 24 Apr 2018
Last Previous Min Max Unit Frequency Range

10,564,064.00

Dec 2017

10,577,451.00

Jun 2017

9,552,533.00

Jun 2002

10,666,862.00

Dec 2013

Person

semiannually

Jun 2002 - Dec 2017

Updated on 24 Apr 2018

View Poland's Population: Rural: Biological: 15 to 64 Years from Jun 2002 to Dec 2017 in the chart:

Poland Population: Rural: Biological: 15 to 64 Years

Series Details
Series ID

100975107

Name

Poland Population: Rural: Biological: 15 to 64 Years

Country

Poland

Frequency

Semiannually

Unit

Person

Status

Active

Source

Central Statistical Office

First Date

Jun 2002

Last Date

Dec 2017

Last Updated

24 Apr 2018

Statistics
Mean

10,277,433.29

Variance

141,127,379,714.55

Standard deviation

375,669.24

Skewness

-0.56

Kurtosis

-1.14

Coefficient variation

0.04

Median

10,380,641.00

Max
Dec 2013

10,666,862.00

Min
Jun 2002

9,552,533.00

Previous observation
Jun 2017

10,577,451.00

Last observation
Dec 2017

10,564,064.00

Number of Observations

31

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Poland Population: Rural: Biological: 65 Years and Above

2002 - 2017 | Semiannually | Person | Central Statistical Office

Poland’s Population: Rural: Biological: 65 Years and Above data was reported at 2,250,819.00 Person in Dec 2017. This records an increase from the previous number of 2,215,737.00 Person for Jun 2017. Poland’s Population: Rural: Biological: 65 Years and Above data is updated semiannually, averaging 1,987,054.00 Person from Jun 2002 to Dec 2017, with 31 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 2,250,819.00 Person in Dec 2017 and a record low of 1,931,594.00 Person in Dec 2002. Poland’s Population: Rural: Biological: 65 Years and Above data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Central Statistical Office. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Poland – Table PL.G002: Population: Rural.

Last

2,250,819.00

Dec 2017
Previous

2,215,737.00

Jun 2017
Min

1,931,594.00

Dec 2002
Max

2,250,819.00

Dec 2017
Unit

Person

Frequency

semiannually

Range

Jun 2002 - Dec 2017

Updated on 24 Apr 2018
Last Previous Min Max Unit Frequency Range

2,250,819.00

Dec 2017

2,215,737.00

Jun 2017

1,931,594.00

Dec 2002

2,250,819.00

Dec 2017

Person

semiannually

Jun 2002 - Dec 2017

Updated on 24 Apr 2018

View Poland's Population: Rural: Biological: 65 Years and Above from Jun 2002 to Dec 2017 in the chart:

Poland Population: Rural: Biological: 65 Years and Above

Series Details
Series ID

100975207

Name

Poland Population: Rural: Biological: 65 Years and Above

Country

Poland

Frequency

Semiannually

Unit

Person

Status

Active

Source

Central Statistical Office

First Date

Jun 2002

Last Date

Dec 2017

Last Updated

24 Apr 2018

Statistics
Mean

2,020,410.87

Variance

7,433,125,591.85

Standard deviation

86,215.58

Skewness

1.45

Kurtosis

1.11

Coefficient variation

0.04

Median

1,987,054.00

Max
Dec 2017

2,250,819.00

Min
Dec 2002

1,931,594.00

Previous observation
Jun 2017

2,215,737.00

Last observation
Dec 2017

2,250,819.00

Number of Observations

31

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Poland Population: Rural: Education: 13 to 15 Years

2002 - 2017 | Semiannually | Person | Central Statistical Office

Poland’s Population: Rural: Education: 13 to 15 Years data was reported at 487,048.00 Person in Dec 2017. This records a decrease from the previous number of 490,956.00 Person for Jun 2017. Poland’s Population: Rural: Education: 13 to 15 Years data is updated semiannually, averaging 618,176.00 Person from Jun 2002 to Dec 2017, with 31 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 736,166.00 Person in Jun 2002 and a record low of 487,048.00 Person in Dec 2017. Poland’s Population: Rural: Education: 13 to 15 Years data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Central Statistical Office. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Poland – Table PL.G002: Population: Rural.

Last

487,048.00

Dec 2017
Previous

490,956.00

Jun 2017
Min

487,048.00

Dec 2017
Max

736,166.00

Jun 2002
Unit

Person

Frequency

semiannually

Range

Jun 2002 - Dec 2017

Updated on 24 Apr 2018
Last Previous Min Max Unit Frequency Range

487,048.00

Dec 2017

490,956.00

Jun 2017

487,048.00

Dec 2017

736,166.00

Jun 2002

Person

semiannually

Jun 2002 - Dec 2017

Updated on 24 Apr 2018

View Poland's Population: Rural: Education: 13 to 15 Years from Jun 2002 to Dec 2017 in the chart:

Poland Population: Rural: Education: 13 to 15 Years

Series Details
Series ID

100975507

Name

Poland Population: Rural: Education: 13 to 15 Years

Country

Poland

Frequency

Semiannually

Unit

Person

Status

Active

Source

Central Statistical Office

First Date

Jun 2002

Last Date

Dec 2017

Last Updated

24 Apr 2018

Statistics
Mean

619,245.23

Variance

7,984,330,714.71

Standard deviation

89,355.08

Skewness

-0.04

Kurtosis

-1.58

Coefficient variation

0.14

Median

618,176.00

Max
Jun 2002

736,166.00

Min
Dec 2017

487,048.00

Previous observation
Jun 2017

490,956.00

Last observation
Dec 2017

487,048.00

Number of Observations

31

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Poland Population: Rural: Education: 16 to 18 Years

2002 - 2017 | Semiannually | Person | Central Statistical Office

Poland’s Population: Rural: Education: 16 to 18 Years data was reported at 508,731.00 Person in Dec 2017. This records a decrease from the previous number of 518,791.00 Person for Jun 2017. Poland’s Population: Rural: Education: 16 to 18 Years data is updated semiannually, averaging 680,324.00 Person from Jun 2002 to Dec 2017, with 31 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 786,747.00 Person in Jun 2002 and a record low of 508,731.00 Person in Dec 2017. Poland’s Population: Rural: Education: 16 to 18 Years data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Central Statistical Office. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Poland – Table PL.G002: Population: Rural.

Last

508,731.00

Dec 2017
Previous

518,791.00

Jun 2017
Min

508,731.00

Dec 2017
Max

786,747.00

Jun 2002
Unit

Person

Frequency

semiannually

Range

Jun 2002 - Dec 2017

Updated on 24 Apr 2018
Last Previous Min Max Unit Frequency Range

508,731.00

Dec 2017

518,791.00

Jun 2017

508,731.00

Dec 2017

786,747.00

Jun 2002

Person

semiannually

Jun 2002 - Dec 2017

Updated on 24 Apr 2018

View Poland's Population: Rural: Education: 16 to 18 Years from Jun 2002 to Dec 2017 in the chart:

Poland Population: Rural: Education: 16 to 18 Years

Series Details
Series ID

100975607

Name

Poland Population: Rural: Education: 16 to 18 Years

Country

Poland

Frequency

Semiannually

Unit

Person

Status

Active

Source

Central Statistical Office

First Date

Jun 2002

Last Date

Dec 2017

Last Updated

24 Apr 2018

Statistics
Mean

656,479.48

Variance

7,308,596,120.92

Standard deviation

85,490.33

Skewness

-0.32

Kurtosis

-1.21

Coefficient variation

0.13

Median

680,324.00

Max
Jun 2002

786,747.00

Min
Dec 2017

508,731.00

Previous observation
Jun 2017

518,791.00

Last observation
Dec 2017

508,731.00

Number of Observations

31

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Poland Population: Rural: Education: 19 to 24 Years

2002 - 2017 | Semiannually | Person | Central Statistical Office

Poland’s Population: Rural: Education: 19 to 24 Years data was reported at 1,224,482.00 Person in Dec 2017. This records a decrease from the previous number of 1,245,474.00 Person for Jun 2017. Poland’s Population: Rural: Education: 19 to 24 Years data is updated semiannually, averaging 1,428,898.00 Person from Jun 2002 to Dec 2017, with 31 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 1,515,467.00 Person in Dec 2006 and a record low of 1,224,482.00 Person in Dec 2017. Poland’s Population: Rural: Education: 19 to 24 Years data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Central Statistical Office. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Poland – Table PL.G002: Population: Rural.

Last

1,224,482.00

Dec 2017
Previous

1,245,474.00

Jun 2017
Min

1,224,482.00

Dec 2017
Max

1,515,467.00

Dec 2006
Unit

Person

Frequency

semiannually

Range

Jun 2002 - Dec 2017

Updated on 24 Apr 2018
Last Previous Min Max Unit Frequency Range

1,224,482.00

Dec 2017

1,245,474.00

Jun 2017

1,224,482.00

Dec 2017

1,515,467.00

Dec 2006

Person

semiannually

Jun 2002 - Dec 2017

Updated on 24 Apr 2018

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Poland Population: Rural: Education: 19 to 24 Years

Series Details
Series ID

100975707

Name

Poland Population: Rural: Education: 19 to 24 Years

Country

Poland

Frequency

Semiannually

Unit

Person

Status

Active

Source

Central Statistical Office

First Date

Jun 2002

Last Date

Dec 2017

Last Updated

24 Apr 2018

Statistics
Mean

1,411,780.42

Variance

6,686,148,418.05

Standard deviation

81,768.87

Skewness

-0.66

Kurtosis

-0.36

Coefficient variation

0.06

Median

1,428,898.00

Max
Dec 2006

1,515,467.00

Min
Dec 2017

1,224,482.00

Previous observation
Jun 2017

1,245,474.00

Last observation
Dec 2017

1,224,482.00

Number of Observations

31

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Poland Population: Rural: Education: 3 to 6 Years

2002 - 2017 | Semiannually | Person | Central Statistical Office

Poland’s Population: Rural: Education: 3 to 6 Years data was reported at 646,999.00 Person in Dec 2017. This records a decrease from the previous number of 654,901.00 Person for Jun 2017. Poland’s Population: Rural: Education: 3 to 6 Years data is updated semiannually, averaging 676,403.00 Person from Jun 2002 to Dec 2017, with 31 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 748,783.00 Person in Jun 2002 and a record low of 608,085.00 Person in Dec 2008. Poland’s Population: Rural: Education: 3 to 6 Years data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Central Statistical Office. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Poland – Table PL.G002: Population: Rural.

Last

646,999.00

Dec 2017
Previous

654,901.00

Jun 2017
Min

608,085.00

Dec 2008
Max

748,783.00

Jun 2002
Unit

Person

Frequency

semiannually

Range

Jun 2002 - Dec 2017

Updated on 24 Apr 2018
Last Previous Min Max Unit Frequency Range

646,999.00

Dec 2017

654,901.00

Jun 2017

608,085.00

Dec 2008

748,783.00

Jun 2002

Person

semiannually

Jun 2002 - Dec 2017

Updated on 24 Apr 2018

View Poland's Population: Rural: Education: 3 to 6 Years from Jun 2002 to Dec 2017 in the chart:

Poland Population: Rural: Education: 3 to 6 Years

Series Details
Series ID

175883002

Name

Poland Population: Rural: Education: 3 to 6 Years

Country

Poland

Frequency

Semiannually

Unit

Person

Status

Active

Source

Central Statistical Office

First Date

Jun 2002

Last Date

Dec 2017

Last Updated

24 Apr 2018

Statistics
Mean

670,324.55

Variance

1,767,948,551.19

Standard deviation

42,046.98

Skewness

-0.06

Kurtosis

-1.19

Coefficient variation

0.06

Median

676,403.00

Max
Jun 2002

748,783.00

Min
Dec 2008

608,085.00

Previous observation
Jun 2017

654,901.00

Last observation
Dec 2017

646,999.00

Number of Observations

31

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Poland Population: Rural: Education: 7 to 12 Years

2002 - 2017 | Semiannually | Person | Central Statistical Office

Poland’s Population: Rural: Education: 7 to 12 Years data was reported at 1,068,966.00 Person in Dec 2017. This records an increase from the previous number of 1,057,997.00 Person for Jun 2017. Poland’s Population: Rural: Education: 7 to 12 Years data is updated semiannually, averaging 1,059,305.00 Person from Jun 2002 to Dec 2017, with 31 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 1,368,223.00 Person in Jun 2002 and a record low of 987,317.00 Person in Dec 2013. Poland’s Population: Rural: Education: 7 to 12 Years data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Central Statistical Office. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Poland – Table PL.G002: Population: Rural.

Last

1,068,966.00

Dec 2017
Previous

1,057,997.00

Jun 2017
Min

987,317.00

Dec 2013
Max

1,368,223.00

Jun 2002
Unit

Person

Frequency

semiannually

Range

Jun 2002 - Dec 2017

Updated on 24 Apr 2018
Last Previous Min Max Unit Frequency Range

1,068,966.00

Dec 2017

1,057,997.00

Jun 2017

987,317.00

Dec 2013

1,368,223.00

Jun 2002

Person

semiannually

Jun 2002 - Dec 2017

Updated on 24 Apr 2018

View Poland's Population: Rural: Education: 7 to 12 Years from Jun 2002 to Dec 2017 in the chart:

Poland Population: Rural: Education: 7 to 12 Years

Series Details
Series ID

100975407

Name

Poland Population: Rural: Education: 7 to 12 Years

Country

Poland

Frequency

Semiannually

Unit

Person

Status

Active

Source

Central Statistical Office

First Date

Jun 2002

Last Date

Dec 2017

Last Updated

24 Apr 2018

Statistics
Mean

1,110,517.90

Variance

14,981,376,667.89

Standard deviation

122,398.43

Skewness

0.85

Kurtosis

-0.61

Coefficient variation

0.11

Median

1,059,305.00

Max
Jun 2002

1,368,223.00

Min
Dec 2013

987,317.00

Previous observation
Jun 2017

1,057,997.00

Last observation
Dec 2017

1,068,966.00

Number of Observations

31

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Population: Rural: 0 to 4 Years
Population: Rural: 85 Years and Above
Population: Rural: Biological: 0 to 14 Years
Population: Rural: Biological: 15 to 64 Years
Population: Rural: Biological: 65 Years and Above
Population: Rural: Education: 13 to 15 Years
Population: Rural: Education: 16 to 18 Years
Population: Rural: Education: 19 to 24 Years
Population: Rural: Education: 3 to 6 Years
Population: Rural: Education: 7 to 12 Years
Population: Rural: Female: 0 to 4 Years
Population: Rural: Female: 85 Years and Above
Population: Rural: Female: Biological: 0 to 14
Population: Rural: Female: Biological: 15 to 64
Population: Rural: Female: Biological: 65 Years and Above
Population: Rural: Female: Education: 13 to 15
Population: Rural: Female: Education: 16 to 18
Population: Rural: Female: Education: 19 to 24
Population: Rural: Female: Education: 3 to 6
Population: Rural: Female: Education: 7 to 12
Population: Rural: Female: Post Working
Population: Rural: Female: Post Working: Female: 60 Years and Above
Population: Rural: Female: Pre Working
Population: Rural: Female: Women Able to Give Birth: 15 to 49
Population: Rural: Female: Working
Population: Rural: Female: Working: Female: 18 to 59 Years
Population: Rural: Female: Working: Mobility: 18 to 44
Population: Rural: Female: Working: Non Mobility
Population: Rural: Female: Working: Non Mobility: Female: 45 to 59 Years
Population: Rural: Male: 0 to 4 Years
Population: Rural: Male: 85 Years and Above
Population: Rural: Male: Biological: 0 to 14 Years
Population: Rural: Male: Biological: 15 to 64 Years
Population: Rural: Male: Biological: 65 Years and Above
Population: Rural: Male: Education: 13 to 15 Years
Population: Rural: Male: Education: 16 to 18 Years
Population: Rural: Male: Education: 19 to 24 Years
Population: Rural: Male: Education: 3 to 6 Years
Population: Rural: Male: Education: 7 to 12 Years
Population: Rural: Male: Post Working
Population: Rural: Male: Post Working: Male: 65 Years and Above
Population: Rural: Male: Pre Working
Population: Rural: Male: Working
Population: Rural: Male: Working: Male: 18 to 64 Years
Population: Rural: Male: Working: Mobility: 18 to 44 Years
Population: Rural: Male: Working: Non Mobility
Population: Rural: Male: Working: Non Mobility: Male 45 to 64 Years
Population: Rural: Post Working
Population: Rural: Post Working: Female: 60 Years and Above
Population: Rural: Post Working: Male: 65 Years and Above
Population: Rural: Pre Working
Population: Rural: Women Able to Give Birth: 15 to 49 Years
Population: Rural: Working
Population: Rural: Working: Female: 18 to 59 Years
Population: Rural: Working: Male: 18 to 64 Years
Population: Rural: Working: Mobility: 18 to 44 Years
Population: Rural: Working: Non Mobility
Population: Rural: Working: Non Mobility: Female: 45 to 59 Years
Population: Rural: Working: Non Mobility: Male: 45 to 64 Years
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