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I think that in the US there is separate classes. You have the upper class, the middle class, the working class, and then you have the poor. The ranges are from being able to buy anything you need and want to not being able to afford to buy yourself a meal. Some people earn their way up to being upper class and some inherit loads of money. Others just get a steady job earning enough to get through and have a little extra to play with. Then you have the poor who cant get enough to make it through or barley make it with little to no money extra.
On average in 2010, women only made 77 cents to every dollar a man earned.(gender). Even tho the US has made leaps from women not being able to vote, to being able , some still are not treated equal to men. Women have also been able to get jobs in the work place.In the past they were to stay in the house and take care of house work, tend to children and cook.
"Gender Inequality and Women in the Workplace." Gender Inequality and Women in
the Workplace. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 Jan. 2015
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