The table below shows social and economic indicators for four countries in 1994, according to United Nations statistics.
The table gives information about the social and economic signal in four countries in 1994. At the first regard, we can see that the indicators in Canada and Japan were higher than Peru and Zaire.
Japan and Canada had an annual income of $ 15,760 and $ 11,100 per person, respectively. These figures were overwhelmingly greater than the corresponding figure of $ 160 in Peru and $ 130 in Zaire.
Healthy indicators, too, refected overall levels of affluence in the four nations. Life expectancy at birth in the developing countries was higher. For example, Japan reported the highest life expectancy was 78. This was followed by Canada was 78, while the life expectancy of Peru’population and Zaire’ population were 51 and 47 respectively. These figures show that the rich are able to put more money into health care than poor ones.
A number of calories consumed daily per person roughly the same ranking. Canada consumed some 3326 calories per day, while Japanese took 2246 calories, The corresponding figures for Peru and Zaire were 1927 and 1749 respectively.
Literacy rate among adults in Peru and Zaire were lower than Canada and Japan. These figures only achieved to 68% and 34%. While Canada and Japan had the same rate, both reported literacy rates of 99%.