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decile

 [des´īl]
any of the nine values that divide the range of a probability distribution into ten equal parts of equal probability; deciles are the 10th, 20th, 30th, etc. percentiles.
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In its 2019 Budget, the Government announced plans to extend nurses in schools into decile five schools, and enhance existing services in decile one to four schools with $19.6 million over four years.
Note that due to the standardization procedure, the average value across the first 10 columns equals zero, such that a positive (negative) value indicates that a given decile tends to be above (below) the average mutual fund in terms of a given characteristic.
In addition, even within families in each decile, there is substantial variation in who gets a tax cut and who gets a tax hike.
'The aggregate tax burden of households belonging to deciles 1 to 8 is projected to increase as result of the combined effect of the reduction in the personal income tax, the expansion of the coverage of the VAT and the increase in the excise tax on petroleum products, cigarettes, sweetened beverages and coal under RA 10963, while that of households belonging to deciles 9 and 10 is projected to decrease,' the study read.
Table S3: Predictive Ratios by Number of HCCs and Matched Sample Observed Spending Decile for LASSO with LASSO Selected Risk Adjustors.
In the top decile, wages contributed 78.3% to household income.
Household Wealth Deciles (Labor and Non labor income)
We calculate that 75% of the benefits would go to those in the top decile.
Percentage of Households that Spend 30% or More of Their Disposable Income on Housing, in Deciles of Household Net Income per Standard Person, 2000-2014 Bottom decile Total 7th decile Top decile 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 54.9 33.5 28.0 13.5 Source: CBS, March 2017, Well-being, Sustainability, and National Resilience Indicators, 2015.
The second column describes the characteristics of each of the deciles. Note that the bottom 50 percent of income earners are either 'Subsistence Poor,' 'Poor' or 'Near Poor.' Note that the 'Minimum Wage Worker' comes in the seventh decile, and the highest (tenth) income decile is only where the 'Middle Class' begins.
Since the number of households in the Population Census was not presented by income class, we suppose that in one decile of the household survey there is one tenth of the number of households in the Population Census as per Murasawa et al.
Sensitivity analyses with household income decile adjusted at a national and provincial level were conducted to determine if the association between SES and frequency of fruit juice/drink consumption was attenuated at a larger geographic scale.