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Palgastatistika lugemise oskus

Module by: Urmas Orula. E-mail the author

Summary: Kuidas palgad ühiskonnas jagunevad. Mida tähendab keskmine palk. Missuguste statistikute abil on palgataset võimalik veel iseloomustada. Millest palga suuruse hindamisel lähtuda.

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Joonis 1
Joonis 1 (graphics1.png)

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Tabel 1
Suurus Saajate arv Osatähtsus
500 300000 50,00%
600 100000 16,70%
700 100000 16,70%
Üle 1000 100000 16,70%

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