American Social Classes

American Social Classes

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  • The Upper Class
  • Upper Middle Class
  • Lower Middle Class
  • Control good amount of nation's wealth and usually have power and influence.  People in this group are either born into a wealthy family or become wealthy through self effort.
  • Working Class
  • People in this class are of high income and are professionals at their jobs with college degrees and are career oriented. They can buy large houses, expensive cars, yearly vacations, and pay for their kids education.
  • Working Poor
  • Less educated than upper middle class, and live comfortably, but work hard so that it stays that way. People in this class hold white-collar jobs, which means that there is no manual labor.
  • Underclass
  • People in this class are the people whos jobs require manual labor, also referred to as blue-collar workers. In this class, their are some jobs that make more than the lower middle class, but aren't as prestigious.
  • People in this class have seasonal jobs that are low paying and can barely make a living. They rely on government programs, and people in this class are high school drop outs who aren't involved politically.
  • People in this class come from poor families who have had unemployment and poverty for a while. They don't work a lot, and when they do those jobs have low income and are bad jobs. They struggle on the daily, and always rely on the public for income.
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