of, relating to, or signifying the combination or interaction of social and economic factors: socioeconomic study; socioeconomic status.
- so·ci·o·ec·o·nom·i·cal·ly, adverb
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How to use socioeconomic in a sentence
A recent study from Johns Hopkins University researchers offers further evidence that socioeconomic factors and geography have played a role during the pandemic.Peer coaches work to address covid-19, other health disparities in Baltimore | Meredith Cohn | November 8, 2020 | Washington Post
A 2019 school district survey found that only half of students said they access the internet at home, with responses tracing the city’s socioeconomic lines.Pennsylvania’s New Vote-by-Mail Law Expands Access for Everyone Except the Poor | by Jonathan Lai, Samantha Melamed and Michaelle Bond, The Philadelphia Inquirer | October 22, 2020 | ProPublica
“Our folk traditions are disappearing because of environmental, political and socioeconomic factors,” he says.
South Africa must strengthen its investments in socioeconomic rights and in the public service that is responsible for delivering these to people.Why Human Rights Should Guide Responses To The Global Pandemic | LGBTQ-Editor | October 7, 2020 | No Straight News
Many other factors, such as race, ethnicity, geographic location and socioeconomic standing, could also have important impacts on scientific research.Few people knew female birds had unique songs—until women started studying them | By Omland, Rose & Odom/The Conversation | September 28, 2020 | Popular-Science
British Dictionary definitions for socioeconomic
of, relating to, or involving both economic and social factors
- socioeconomically, adverb
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