13 Brutal Charts On The Fall Of Household Income During The So-Called Recovery

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Forget about the double dip. For most Americans the downturn has been getting worse and worse since 2007.Median household income declined a shocking 6.7 per cent from June 2009 to June 2011, compared to 3.2 per cent declines from December 2007 to June 2009.

This evidence comes from a new report by two former Census officials, now at Sentier Research.

Some groups of Americans (black, young, jobless, etc.) are getting especially crushed.

Every household type has seen a major drop in income since 2009

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The only people who are actually recovering income: seniors

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Of course the unemployed are getting absolutely destroyed

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Household with two earners have a small advantage

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Black households have lost a stunning 9.4% of income in two years

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Bigger losses for families with more children

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Interestingly, people with associate's degrees have lost a ton of income

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Guess whose income is most robust: Federal workers

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Western states are losing the most

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