Class System

Class System

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  • Upper Class
  • Upper Middle Class
  • Lower Middle Class
  • The Upper Class only makes 1% of the population. The Upper Class is made up of families who have been wealthy for generations. Many refer to this as old money. Another way to be apart of this class is when someone becomes wealthy from their own effort. Which is also referred to as new money
  • Working Class
  • The Upper Middle Class is made up of business people and professionals with high incomes. The people who are in this class have college degrees and who are also career oriented. An example of this are doctors and lawyers.
  • Working Poor
  • The Lower Middle Class are usually made up of people who have white-collared jobs. The people who make up this class usually have less of a high education like the Upper Middle Class. These people live comfortably but work hard for what they have. An example of this is nurses and lower management jobs 
  • Underclass
  • The Working Class are made up of those who have to do manual labor. The jobs they hold are called blue-collared jobs. This class makes more money than the Lower Class. An example of this are factory workers and tradespeople.
  • The Working Poor Class are those who have very low paying jobs that are seasonal. Those who are apart of this class tend to be high school dropout, rely on government programs, and barely make a living wage. An example of this is being a field worker.
  • The Underclass is made up of generations who have experienced unemployment and poverty. They are able to find work in undesirable jobs and tend to struggle on a day to day basis. They rely on public assistance.
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