The table gives information about the number of people working as researchers in technology per million people in five countries.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
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The table data compares the number of tech researchers per million population in five countries in five successive years commencing from 2003. Overall, Poland had a greater number of researchers per million citizens in technology while Togo had the least.
Getting back to the details, Turkey had slightly less than 50 technology-related researchers in 2003 per million of its population which moderately increased each year and reached to over 100 in 2007. Poland had the largest proportion of tech researchers among these countries and 285 Polish were tech researchers per million people in 2003. However, over the time this number declined continuously and after 4 years it stood at 226 per million. Despite the drop, the ratio of researchers in Poland in 2007 was the highest and roughly double than that of Moldova and Tukey. Mexican tech researchers’ ratio in 2003 was 147 per million which increased to 242 two years later and dropped to 113 in 2007. Moldova had 103 of these professionals per million and in 4 years, this proportion reached to 114 with a decrease in the previous three years. The lowest ratio of tech researchers was in Togo where only 18 such professionals existed in 2003 in every million population and remained the same in 2007.