Wednesday, November 02, 2016

Fact of the Day

The income share of the richest 1% (not including capital gains) equals that of the bottom 90%. Another aspect revealing inequality is the rise in executive pay, he added, with the salaries of chief executives rising by more than 300 times than that of the average US worker.


Medium household income in the USA has also stayed relatively constant since 1998. That year, income reached USD $58,301, while in 2015 it amounted to only USD $56,516.

0 comments: