The average monthly house rent in urban areas is around Nu 5,300 while households
in rural areas pay around Nu 3,100 per month.
85 million households
in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa - higher by 1.
that include children, parents and grandparents -- the sandwich generation -- represent 4.
Low income households
have seen an increase of five per cent from 2009-10, and middle income households
have seen an increase of four per cent.
It uses indicators derived from the New Zealand Census of Population and Dwellings to describe changes in wellbeing for Samoan, Cook Island, Tongan and Niuean households
over the period 1981--2006.
She notes, "the whole idea was not to preserve families, but to preserve orderly family government, which often meant encouraging small, weak households
to disband and join up with larger, stronger ones," such as orphanages and similar institutions.
A study of the severe acute respiratory syndrome, which attacked residents of Toronto in 2003, indicates that household
transmission occurred in about 20% of the cases.
3% of households
in the United States; the pet population includes [approximately equal to] 62 million dogs, [approximately equal to] 69 million cats, [approximately equal to] 10 million birds, and [approximately equal to] 3 million reptiles (5).
As an analytic vehicle, this paper presents the experiences of two households
that were identified and followed in the course of an extended ethnographic study of drug use and violence in the inner-city.
The prevalence of food insecurity increased for households
with children, households
without children, women living alone, men living alone, households
with incomes above the Federal poverty line ($19,157 for a family of four in 2004), and households
in the Midwest and South.
Interest rates on financial assets held by households
plummeted from 5.
A fourth strategy promotes responsible consumerism by getting households
to absorb more financial risk.
, accounting for 16 million households
, experienced one or more violent or property crimes as measured by the National Crime Victimization Survey, the Bureau of Justice Statistics reported.
This valuable study draws on recent social historians to argue that despite the legal principle of coverture, "many wives retained various forms of separate property, secured through marriage settlements that were defensible in equity courts" (40); shows "the gendered division of labor within the home" modulating towards "a division between male activity and female inactivity" (29); explores the resort to pawnshops by housewives and theatrical managers, with pawned goods circulating through households
and theaters and back again.
There is a sharp break, too, among groups that speak English at home, and those that do not, with less than 3 percent of Nicaraguan, Guatemalan, Honduran, Salvadoran and Cambodian households
using English for day-to-day conversations.