9 ways to know if you're middle class
There's no hard-and-fast definition, but surveys show what kind of income and lifestyle you're likely to have if you -- and others -- think you're middle class.
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My family used to be in the middle-class right up until around 2007, then the rug was pulled out from under us. We are struggling now just as much or more than we did when we were in our 20's and just starting out on our own. The deck is stacked against us with little hope for improvement. We're just trying hard to hold on to what we have and still watching it slip away a little at a time.
It is frustrating as hell to see the politicians say the middle class earnes up to $250,000 and to know they believe the bile they are spewing from their pompous mouths. They will keep eroding our United States until there is no more middle-class -at least not in the old fashioned traditional sense.
How about the Dollar Store because as a middle class citizen that's how much I can afford these days. Everything keeps going up except my salary.
Again some idiot with zero qualifications or knowledge about the subject writes an artical. Im tired of useless people who do not deserve more that a min wage job getting the chance to write something. They just throw it together with no research and zero proven facts. As a country we believe it! As a country we have to stop this BS because there are people out there that cant make a decision for them selves so they are influenced buy these over paid retards!
"Middle Class", is a state of mind.
Statistics will tell you that you need to make a minimum of $90K to be considered middle class. Anything below that is "working class, upper lower class, lower class" and so on.
Forget what label you want to fall under, forget what statistics tell you where you fall.
If you work, you try to support your family, and you do the best you can with what you have, regardless of how much you have, then there is only one label that you should fall under...and that is "Hard working".
lol...this post clearly tells you I'm "poor". haha
Two incomes of 50k, home with 298k to still pay off, 8 years from retirement, and thanks to greedy creditcard companies charging high interest, walloing in debt. Equity in the home is gone because of the values plummeting, and now underwater and unable to get out from under the debt.
Worried about the job not being there tomorrow, 401k depleted, worried about retiring. living like we're poor because everything we counted on has been squeezed out. Everyone takes a piece, and is getting rich, while our debt mounts.
There is no middle class, we are all poor on different levels.
How do you know you are raging liberal who wastes there time labeling people.
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