I know I’ve been on the front lines of income inequality. I understand the importance of working harder and helping our families, but I don’t believe in being the only one. And that’s because income inequality is real. I don’t believe in having enough money to pay for our families. I believe in having a sustainable income, not just a hard work.
Income inequality creates a lot of negative things in our society, which is why I believe there’s a long term solution to it. A recent report by the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) shows that the American middle class is shrinking. As I said above, this isn’t a bad thing and it’s certainly not unique to this country. But it is a problem that needs to be addressed and I hope it’s something we can start.
To get a better idea of the scale of income inequality, let’s take a look at the income gap between rich and poor people. And the income gap is actually a very big question. In the past decade or so, there have been three major income inequality problems in the United States.
The first was the income gap between the top 1% and the rest of the population, and I don’t think anyone knows the exact number. According to data from the Census Bureau, the average income for the top 1% was $1.3 million in 2008. The poorest 10% of the population averaged $14,000.
The second was the income gap between the top and bottom 1s. These are the incomes that the top 1s are worth. In the past decade or so, the average income for the top 1s was less than $20,000. That’s a lot of money, but it’s not enough.
The bottom 10 in the US are among the most economically disadvantaged people in the country. They pay the highest taxes in the nation, are among the most indebted, and are more likely than the rest of the population to be living below the poverty line. It’s no surprise then, that the average income for the bottom 1 is only 1.2 million. For the bottom 10, that number is just 1.0 million. That’s like finding a couple of cats in a box.
Here’s the thing, though. Everyone has a story like this going on at least once in their lives. Some of them are more obvious than others. Some are more common than others. But regardless of how “socially awkward” or “insecure” a person is, we all have a story going on. And we share the same fears.
One of the things that I love about the Internet is its ability to inspire empathy. The Internet enables people to tell stories that are true. Whether it’s about poverty or about rape, about the struggle of being a teenager or about the story of a family member’s murder, the Internet is a place where we can share our stories.
The only difference between the stories I read on the Internet and the stories the people I meet in person is the stories I’m sharing are true. This is the power of the Internet. This is why the Internet is so great. It’s empowering.
This is why the Internet is so great. Its empowering. It allows us to share stories that are true. Of course, we don’t always get to do this. Like when I was growing up, I was too busy trying to be a good person to take the time to tell my friends about the struggles I’ve been through. I’ve only been able to do this now with the Internet, so I’m glad I can now.