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Oxfam reports that the assets of more than 3 billion don’t equal those of eight rich men

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Jan 17, 2017
The global income an equality gap could fill an ocean.

Will today's generation be poorer than their parents?

by Reema Khrais Jul 14, 2016
More households in advanced economies are facing frozen or falling incomes.
Young people today are at risk of being poorer than their parents.
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Every last dollar you make affects your life expectancy

by Dan Gorenstein Apr 11, 2016
Some poor people live longer than other poor people, according to a new study.
There are not only life expectancy disparities between the rich and the poor, but the poor and the poor.
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Student loans: It's all about the payments

by Adriene Hill Apr 11, 2016
New data shows more than 3 million borrowers have defaulted on their loans.
There are currently 3 million people who are delinquent on their federal student loans.
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Federal poverty measure unchanged from last year

by Noel King Sep 16, 2015
U.S. Census reports the median income rate also remained the same from last year.
Low-income families select free bread and produce at the Community Food Bank of New Jersey last month. The food bank has seen an 11 percent increase in distribution in Atlantic County since four major Atlantic City casinos closed in 2014.
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The government could run out of money in late October

by Mitchell Hartman Sep 11, 2015
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew warns Congress about failure to raise the debt limit.

The economics of moving for a job

by Jenny Ament Jun 12, 2015
What would it take for you to leave your current life?

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Your Wallet: Where you fall on the economic ladder

by Marketplace Weekend Staff Feb 20, 2015
How did you get where you are?

Global gaps: income and wealth inequality

by Eliza Mills Jan 16, 2015
Branko Milanovic discusses income and wealth gaps in the global economy

Consumer spending: what we say vs. what we do

by Mitchell Hartman Aug 29, 2014
Spending is weak but income and consumer confidence are high.