Montag, 4. Oktober 2010

Die Einkommensspanne in den USA nimmt zu

In the 1960s, the working man – 90% of the population – got 60% of the income gains of the period. By the end of the bubble years – 2001- 2007 – he got just 11%. This has resulted in a „record income gap,“ says this week’s news. Half the nation’s income goes to the top 20% of the population, nearly twice as much, compared to the bottom 20%, as in 1967; it’s the biggest gap since they began keeping track.

Quelle: Fragging Your Own Money

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