INCOME INEQUALITY: EDUCATION, MARRIAGE AND WORK PLAY A DEFINING ROLE

May 22 2007

Getting a college education, holding a job, and forming a family through marriage are three steps that most distinguish the highest from the lowest ends of the economic spectrum. Programs that promote education, marriage, thrift, productivity, investment, and hard work—all characteristics overwhelmingly shared by those in relatively high income groups—will provide individuals the tools they need to advance up the economic ladder.

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    Getting a college education, holding a job, and forming a family through marriage are three steps that most distinguish the highest from the lowest ends of the economic spectrum. Programs that promote education, marriage, thrift, productivity, investment, and hard work—all characteristics overwhelmingly shared by those in relatively high income groups—will provide individuals the tools they need to advance up the economic ladder.IncomeInequality_EducationMarriageandWorkPlayaDefiningRole_20070522_.pdf (140.3 KBs)