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A few years ago, the stock markets were the most expensive place in the world to invest.

The only way to earn an impressive salary was to invest in the best companies.

But since the beginning of the 21st century, it has become more and more difficult to find a job with a decent salary.

The average salary in the United States is $27,000, according to a recent report from the National Bureau of Economic Research.

That’s about $1,600 a month more than the median household income in the country, which is $47,000.

It’s also a much higher salary than the average wage in most other countries.

This year, the median salary for an engineer working in the private sector is $69,000 — a 7 percent increase from the year before.

That same engineer works as a programmer and earns $54,000 a year.

That doesn’t include other perks, like a generous 401(k) plan or an apartment.

The median salary is even higher for those in the finance industry.

In 2015, the average finance professional made $71,000 and the average salary for the same job is $83,000 as of June.

That means the finance professional makes $8,500 more a year than the general public.

That gap in salary has gotten worse over the past two years.

In 2016, the top 1 percent of earners made about $5.2 million, according the Pew Research Center, while the bottom 99 percent made $2.4 million.

The bottom 90 percent earned about $2,000 less than their counterparts in the top percentile.

And that gap between the top and bottom is getting wider.

In 2021, the bottom 90% of earners will make only about $7,000 more than their top counterparts, according a new report from The Economic Policy Institute.

“The financial crisis created this income gap,” says Chris Beal, the institute’s senior vice president of research.

“That gap is widening and is now larger than at any point since World War II.”

The median income in America is currently just $40,500 a year, according for 2017 data from the U.S. Census Bureau.

The income gap is even bigger for the top one percent, who make about half of Americans.

The top 1% makes about $70,000 or more a month.

That translates into a median income of $2 million.

That money could pay for an extra week of vacation or more for a family member, but it would likely be used to pay for rent or food.

According to the Tax Policy Center, there are 1.3 million people with incomes above $1 million in the U to support a family.

The next highest income group are people who earn $200,000 to $300,000 per year, which makes up about 25 percent of the country.

That group has a median annual income of just $24,000 while the top 10 percent make $7 million.

“When you look at income inequality and inequality of income, there’s no question that the income gap between Americans and the rest of the world is larger today than it was 20 years ago,” says David Kamin, an economist at the Urban Institute.

He points to data that shows the median income for the wealthiest 10 percent of Americans in 2017 has risen by more than $300 since the middle of last year.

It was $207,000 in 2007.

In 2020, it was $193,000 before the financial crisis.

This is an extreme case.

But it’s also happening across the board.

“Income inequality is not confined to the United Kingdom and Canada,” says Beal.

“We are seeing it in Germany, Sweden, France, Japan, Australia, South Korea, South Africa, China and elsewhere.”

It’s one of the main reasons why income inequality is increasing in the rich world.

As we mentioned earlier, income inequality has been growing in the US for years, thanks to a wealth effect.

Inequality isn’t only driven by how much you earn, but also how much money you have.

People with more money get to spend more, while people with less money can’t afford to spend as much.

“What’s really happening in the wealth effect is that wealth has become a sort of proxy for economic status,” says Kamin.

It also explains why the average person in the wealthy world is getting richer, but that the median person in America isn’t.

As a result, the middle class in the USA has shrunk by almost 5 percent in the past decade.

The percentage of people living in the bottom 10 percent has increased by almost 7 percent, and that’s for a group of Americans that is now almost twice as likely to be white.

The US Census Bureau reports that in 2021, more than 30 percent of people in the middle classes were white.

This means they were making $42,000 for every $1 that they made in 2021.

And just in 2020,