I saw this in The Economist today:1
"Income distribution in America is the widest of the 30 countries of the OECD. The top 10% (or decile) of earners have an average $87,257 of disposable income, while those in the bottom decile have $5,819, among the very lowest of any country."I'd like to see how the income gap in this country has changed over the years. I feel it's getting bigger, if that's possible.
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