Monday, March 16, 2020


The typical American man needs to work 53 weeks to pay for the basics of 'middle-class' family life, and that rises to 66 weeks for a woman who’s the sole breadwinner, according to a new study.

Those figures for 2018 compare with just 30 weeks for males at the median weekly wage in 1985. For the median female worker, the figure rose from 45 weeks.

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