Economic mobility

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Social Mobility in US / Skills Matter

The U.S. is not a meritocracy. This is not to say that skills don’t matter. Continue reading

US / Middle Class More Anxious than Aspirational poll says

While the American middle class is still optimistic about getting ahead, they have become increasingly fearful that they may fall behind, according to poll results by The Allstate Corporation (NYSE: ALL) and National Journal. The 16th quarterly Allstate-National Journal Heartland Monitor Poll focuses on the American middle class and seeks to uncover important insights about … Continue reading

Latin America / The middle class grew 50% in the past decade (video)

. . In the past decade, the middle class in Latin America grew 50%, and now represents 30% of the population. According to the experts, this growth is due to growth and job creation To maintain these gains, the region needs to enact policy reforms within the employment, tax and social security sectors. Ful Report … Continue reading

The American Dream – Economic Mobility Across Generations – There is stickiness at the ends of the wealth ladder

Pursuing the American Dream uses the most current available data to measure mobility by family income and wealth, and personal earnings to reveal how closely tied a person’s place on the economic ladder is to that of his or her parents’. Some of the highlights of the research include: Eighty-four percent of Americans have higher … Continue reading

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