Indonesian population information and pyramid analysis

An analysis of Indonesia’s population pyramid shows the country has a population of 1,091,839 people and a total of 5,927,814, but not much in the way of information on income or education levels.

Indonesia’s population is estimated at 1.2 million, or 1.4% of the world’s population.

The country’s population growth rate is estimated to be 1.3% per year, which means it is about a quarter of a percentage point larger than the world average.

The data is a useful and useful data point for analysts.

It’s not something that you need to use as a basis for an opinion piece or as a way to make an argument, it’s just an easy way to get a feel for how a country is doing and to sort through a large population of people.

However, the data is not very informative about what Indonesians are actually making.

The data shows that the top 3% of Indonesians earned about $1.6 million last year, and the top 20% made more than $2.6m.

The top 20 per cent of Indonesis make almost $1 million.

That is, the top 2.7% earned more than half the country’s income, while the rest earned less than the top 1%.

In other words, the country doesn’t have much of a picture of income and wealth distribution.

The income figures are not too helpful either, as the median income for a family of four in Indonesia is about $5,600 a year.

That’s far below the world median income of $45,000.

And, as of this year, there are still plenty of people who live below the poverty line, according to the UN.

The country also does not have a national unemployment rate.

Indias unemployment rate in 2015 was 8.7%, which is far below most developed countries.

But the country is not really that far behind the rest of the developed world, according the IMF.

The United States, for example, has a unemployment rate of 9.9%, while Japan’s is 6.4%.

Indonesian citizens have the lowest household debt levels of any developed country, according IMF data.

The average household debt in Indonesia, as reported by the IMF, is $1,769.

That means the average Indonesian household owes $6,711 in debt.

The debt is mostly due to foreign-currency and savings accounts held by the Indonesian population, but there are also a few foreign-based assets, including some real estate and a number of companies, according a report by the Economic Development Institute of Indonesia (EDI) in 2017.

In fact, according by the EDI, the average amount of foreign currency held by Indonesians is $10,637.

That figure is roughly one-third of the total amount of cash held by Indonesian citizens.

Indians also have a low level of private sector employment.

The EDI reports that Indonesia has one of the lowest rates of private-sector employment among OECD countries.

In 2015, the EDi reported that Indonesia had the lowest level of employment among the 25 countries.

Indiamen are among the poorest countries in the world, having the lowest per capita income in the OECD, according data from the World Bank.

In other countries, the poorest are richer, according some estimates.

In Indonesia, there is a strong relationship between poverty and inequality.

Indies inequality is lower than in other developed countries, according UN data.

According to the World Development Report 2016, the poverty rate in Indonesia was 10.9% in 2015, while in the United States it was 15.1%.

The data on inequality shows that, while Indonesia has higher inequality than many countries, it is not that high.

In general, Indonesia is among the countries where the gap between the richest and poorest people is wider than the gap in the whole of the global population.

Indius inequality is much lower than other countries.

The median household income in Indonesia in 2015 came in at $5.4 million.

According the EDIs data, that was nearly $1 a person.

In the United Kingdom, it was about $4,400 a person, while it was less in France, Italy, and Spain.

Income inequality in IndonesiaThe average income for Indonesians was about a third lower than the global median income, according United Nations data.

The income gap between Indonesia and other countries is much higher than in the rest the world.

In the United Nations World Development report, Indonesia was ranked last among its 34 countries.

In a separate report from the International Monetary Fund, Indonesia ranked as one of 14 countries that are ranked worst on its Human Development Index, which measures the progress of people’s lives, according TOEFL and W3school.

The Indonesian government has made a number efforts to increase economic opportunities for its citizens.

However, many Indonesians still feel that they have to work harder to get ahead in life.

For instance, in 2016