socio-economic status

socio-economic status
Any measure which attempts to classify individuals, families, or households in terms of indicators such as occupation, income, and education. One of the first major uses of socio-economic status can be found in the social class measures introduced by the British Registrar-General in 1911. See also status attainment.

Dictionary of sociology. 2013.

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