Even below average has been pretty good in recent months.
“Unfortunately, your driver rating last week was below average,” Uber’s report cautioned.
Crime rates are high, while both life expectancy and educational achievement are below average.
An average of .250 was considered average, under .250 was below average, and .300 and above was the mark of an elite hitter.
However, the report gave it a below average score on its epidemiology workforce and training programs.
Rainfall totals are below average in California so far this season, according to the National Weather Service.
A survey conducted by The Economist in March also found the US ranked below average on women's equality in the workplace.
Since 2019, seven Test pitches external-link have been given a below average rating, resulting in one demerit point each.
EOG also boasts below average financial leverage, a strong execution track record, and discount valuation versus peers." — Bill Janela
“It will be less thundery Sunday possibly but really quite cold in the South on Saturday with below average temperatures this weekend.”
"I've seen many students with below average GRE scores get into top graduate programs in the US; this isn't uncommon at all," Huguet said.
My wife and I were barely getting by living our below-average lesbian couple lifestyle — together, we earn around $90,000.
Some match-day prices are well beyond the reach of supporters, particularly young supporters and people on below-average incomes.
Our expectation for lower trend GDP in the US and globally, alongside relatively high profit share of GDP in recent years, suggest below-average earnings growth for equity markets as well.
Aside from medical professionals treating patients, many jobs on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic typically earn below-average incomes and do not have the opportunity to do their work at home.
Alex Burkill, chief forecaster at the weather agency, said: “Really much of February and perhaps even into March it is going to stay on the cold side, so temperatures generally below average, with further frosts and also the risk of rain, sleet and snow as well.”
"Today, the biggest contributors to index dividends are tech and financials — both of which have lower EPS variability than the S&P 500, well below average payouts and clean balance sheets," said Savita Subramanian, the head of US equity and quantitative strategy.
Evidence suggests that the “movement competence” of four to seven year-olds in the UK is average or below average in relation to their peers in most other countries, which, alongside childhood obesity levels, clearly indicates the UK’s poor standing in children’s health.
Despite technology stocks displaying below-average dividend yields, more than half of the sector's names in the S&P 500 distributed some earnings to shareholders at the end of the first quarter and will continue to do so as the economy recovers, according to CFRA.
Malaysia received perfect scores for its communications with healthcare workers during a public health emergency and its supplies of protective equipment for health workers, but had below-average scores for its emergency preparedness and response planning, as well as its ability to exercise response plans.
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Malaysia received perfect scores for its communications with healthcare workers during a public health emergency and its supplies of protective equipment for health workers but had below-average scores for its emergency preparedness and response planning as well as its ability to exercise response plans