age-productivity profile


age-productivity profile
эк. тр. соотношение возраст-производительность* (отношение между возрастом работника и его производительностью на протяжении ряда лет, обычно представляется в виде графика или таблицы; может рассматриваться на примере всего населения или определенной группы работников)
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