The new estimates increased the poverty headcount ratio for rural areas from 28.
What does HCR stand for?
HCR stands for Headcount Ratio
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We have 116 other meanings of HCR in our Acronym Attic
- Health care Costs, Quality and Outcomes
- Highway Capacity and Quality of Service
- Health Care Quality Unit (Pennsylvania)
- Handwritten Character Recognition
- Hardcore Rules
- Hardware Concept Review
- Harrison Clinical Research (Germany)
- Harvard China Review (Harvard University; Cambridge, MA)
- Haut-Commissaire des Nation Unies pour les Refugies (French; United Nations)
- Hazard Communication Rule (US OSHA)
- Health Care and Retirement Corporation (now HCR Manor Care, Inc.; Ohio)
- Health Care Reengineering
- Health Care Reform
- Heart Center of the Rockies (Fort Collins, CO, USA)
- Height to Crown Ratio (trees)
- Hernando County Road
- High Chemical Resistant
- High Chief Ranger (Ancient Order of Foresters)
- High Color Ratio (US Air Force)
- High Commissioner for Refugees (UN)
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5 this headcount ratio should be appropriate in allocating mixed service costs between production and nonproduction activities as well as between various types of production activities such as producing power generation and self-constructed assets.
The taxpayer allocates MSC between transmission and distribution (T&D) and other departments and between production and nonproduction activities within a T&D department based on a headcount ratio that is consistently applied across all service departments, is redetermined annually, and in which the denominator includes only those who actually benefit from the MSC.
8 Poverty headcount ratio at national poverty line (% of pop.
One interesting conclusion from our data, however, is that headcount ratios seem to be much less variable than revenue ratios: Support employment represents 15% (median) of total company employment for most of the companies in our sample, regardless of company revenues, the size of the support group, or the price of the company's flagship product.