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What does SES stand for?

SES stands for Socioeconomic Status

This definition appears very frequently

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[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Study researchers also asked respondents about socioeconomic status via questions about parental education and annual household income and whether they had access to health insurance.
We got interested in this idea because there is abundant evidence that higher socioeconomic status - higher income or wealth, higher education - does not boost subjective well-being (or happiness) much at all.
The combined effect of gestational diabetes and low socioeconomic status was linked with a statistically significant, ninefold increased rate of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children when they reached age 6 years, Alexandra S.
An article published online in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition revealed that vitamin C status has improved in the United States over the past decade, yet a significant incidence of deficiency still exists among smokers and individuals of low socioeconomic status.