Tagged With Income Inequality

The typical full-time salary in America would be $102,000 if wages had kept up with growth — but the economy has failed 90% of workers


The pandemic is transforming how Americans use public libraries, parks, and streets — and it's depriving vulnerable people of space when they need it most


Meet the 'K-shaped' recession, where professional workers are largely fine and everyone else is doing awful



BIPOC women have been hard hit by the pandemic — and they were already on shaky footing


Monopolies drive income inequality, financial instability, and debt growth, Fed economists say


The CEO of 'Big 4' accounting firm EY says government programs aren't doing enough to tackle income inequality, and it's time for executives to step up



Creators of the John Hopkins coronavirus tracker say viewers are missing the bigger picture — economic inequality and disparities in healthcare access


Coronavirus layoffs have not been equal. Here are the workers that have been hit hardest by pandemic job losses.


The coronavirus outbreak is exposing the devastating gaps between the rich and poor at a moment when America is primed for class warfare


Philanthropy is currently a 'Band-Aid on the open wound of American poverty' when it should be tackling larger systematic problems


Mike Bloomberg said in 2016 that banks were 'his peeps' and vowed to defend them as president. That contradicts his recent pledge to get tough on Wall Street.


Here's where the US falls on the 'Great Gatsby Curve,' a damning chart economists use to track inequality in every country



Mike Bloomberg once said taking too much money from the rich and giving it to the poor was a bigger problem than income inequality


We did the maths to calculate how many hours it took Bob Iger to make what his workers earned in one year when he ran Disney


The 12 countries where poor children are more likely to get rich and actually achieve the American Dream than in the US


INEQUALITY IN AMERICA: 6 charts that show how much more wealth the 1% have over everyone else



A group of young people in Silicon Valley could get $1,000 per month from the county government in a trial of basic income


One astounding chart shows how the death of the union has made economic inequality worse


Aspen living on Aspen wages: Ski towns across America are battling a workforce housing crisis


Protests in Chile around subway fare price hikes are just another example of how economic inequality has become a global crisis. But there may be an opportunity for a more just system.