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Leslie Nieto

on 5 February 2013

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Austria Government government continued.. Economy latitude: 16 degrees E € 0 - 11,000 36.50%
€ 11,000 - 25,000 43.21%
€ 25,000 - 60,000 43.21%
€ 60,000 and more 50% Branches of military: Land Force &Air Force.
The requirement age to go into the military is 17.
Size of military: 3,851,544
Males under the age of 35must go through basic military training for 6 months.
Males 17 to 50 or inactive reserve are subject to compulsory military service. TRANSPORTATION People and Society MILITARY Part 1 People and Society Part 2 longitude: 48 degrees N Languages:
-Austrian-German Religions:
-Roman Catholics (73.6%)
-Protestants (4.7%)
-Other (21.7%) [Muslim,
Jewish, Greek,
Serbian, ect.] Birthrate:
8.69 births/ 1000
people Vienna, Austria Cars are the main sources of transportation in Austria. So many people in Austria use cars that they have a lack of/not enough parking space.Most families own about 1 car.
public transportation consist of rail networks,buses, streetcars, and subways which are also used heavily, especially in large urban areas. .Many reports say that the rail network is excellent and very comfortable.
Many Austrian cities and towns encourage cyclists through designated cycle lanes. Death rate:
10.23 deaths/ 1000
people Contagious Diseases:
-Polio Recommended vaccines:
-MMR (measles, mumps,
-DPT (diphtheria,
pertussis, tetanus) Total Population: 8,219,743 (rank 94th)
Infant Mortality Rate: 4/1000
Ethnic Groups:
-Austrian (91%)
-Yugoslavs (4%)
-Turks (1.6%)
German (.9%)
Unspecified (2.4%) by:
Justin Russo
Meredith Douglas
Leslie Nieto Tax Rates: Unemployment
Rate: 4.5% Population Below Poverty Line: 6% Top 5 Imports & Exports: Imports:
-Metal goods
-Oil products
- Motor Vehicles Exports:
-Motor vehicles
-Paper and paper board
-Metal goods Top 3 Jobs:
-Aviation Analyst €94,308
-Construction Project Manager €70,000
-Biomedical Engineer €70,000 EDUCATION their current president is Heinz Fischer the president servers for 6 years and he is only limited to 2 terms voting age is 16 elections can be organized in 2 ways: election ad personam and the election of party list Basic rights: the human rights are protected by the Federal constitution and the Austrian law
examples: individual freedom, the right to privacy at home, freedom of expression, freedom of the press etc. format of lawmaking: the national council and the federal council make the laws and the parliament passes the laws, the government, public authority and courts have to obey the laws just like the citizens The Austrian education system is very similar to the Swiss and German systems. A specific feature of the Austrian system is the four-year primary/elementary education followed by secondary education that is split up into two four-year periods.The lower & upper (academic or vocational.
School life expectancy is a total of 15 years ,but they are only required to go for at least 9 years for both male and female.
The classes that required for the kids have to take consist of german,math,foreign language,science ,fine arts, etc.
The cost of a higher education can cost from about 363.36 to 726.72 Europe semester.
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