What is Stratification?

Stratification is the process of classifying a set of data into categories or subgroups based on a set of predetermined criteria. This includes both ranked categories and unranked categories. For example, wealth is a great example of social stratification, where it assigns each person to a hierarchical group based on their level of wealth. There is also unranked stratification, such as subcategorizing a population into gender groups.

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CFI is a global provider of financial modeling courses and of the FMVA Certification. CFI’s mission is to help all professionals improve their technical skills. If you are a student or are looking for a career change, the CFI website has a multitude of free resources to help you jumpstart your Career in Finance. If you seek to improve your technical skills check out some of our most popular courses. Below are some additional resources for you to further explore:

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