Saudi Arabia's old age dependency ratio (the number of over 65s relative to the population aged 15-64) will more than quadruple by 2050, the report forecasted.
What does OADR stand for?
OADR stands for Old Age Dependency Ratio (socioeconomics)
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We have 2 other meanings of OADR in our Acronym Attic
- Operational Area Disaster Medical Health Coordinator
- On a Different Note
- Optical Add/Drop Node (Sycamore)
- Organization for Associate Degree Nursing
- Orlando Anti-Discrimination Ordinance Committee (Florida, USA)
- Office of Alcohol and Drug Programs (San Bernardino, CA)
- Operations Automated Data Processing
- Oregon Adolescent Depression Project
- Organization for Democratic and Popular Action (Morocco)
- Office of Automatic Data Processing Management
- On or After Data Release
- Originating Agency's Determination Required
- Office of the Associate Director for Science (US CDC)
- Old Adobe Developmental Services (est. 1971; Petaluma, CA)
- Ontario Association of Dental Specialists (Canada)
- Optical Add/Drop Switch
- Optical Air Data System
- Orbital Anvil Delivery System
- Pan Arab Organization for Social Defence Against Crime
- Oracle Applications Data Warehouse (software)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Old age dependency ratio refers to the ratio of the persons aged 60 years and above to the number of persons aged 15-59 years, and it expressed as per 100 persons (Pala, 2005).
In consequence, the old age dependency ratio in the EU27, i.
The old age dependency ratio is the number of persons 65 years and over per 100 persons 15 to 64 years old (UN 2002).
Census Bureau Table 3--South Dakota Old-Age Dependency Ratios 1960 1980 2000 Old Age Dependency Ratio 19.
In 2005 within EU 25 the demographically defined old age dependency ratio was: 25 people in the age group 65+ per 100 people at working age (15-65; Table 4).