Examples of statistic in a Sentence
One statistic that stuck out is that 40 percent of those surveyed did not have college degrees.
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While the Goldman analysis focuses on the labor market split, Dalio pointed out that aggregate statistics mask a division in labor, retirement savings, health care and wealth building.
That statistic has not changed since 1946, so we are given one view.
But some of the league’s best wideouts are falling below average in the statistic.
The renaissance of the eurozone economy is expected to be confirmed on Tuesday when the European Union statistics agency publishes an initial estimate of economic growth.
Overall, so the statistic goes, women typically still earn 80 cents for every dollar a white man makes; the gap is even greater for women of color, with black women at 63 cents and Latinas at 54.
The whole thing took place on a deserted intellectual island built from phony statistics and dark money.
The statistics screamed bad game: three points, 233 total yards, 35 on the ground, 53 total plays, just under 26 minutes of possession, three sacks.
Even more alarming is the fact that all PPD statistics reflect only those women who report their symptoms, and researchers believe only 15% of those ever receive professional treatment.
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