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Why Silicon Valley Income Inequality Is Just a Preview of What’s to Come for the Rest of the U.S.
Sometimes what happens in one startup hub also happens in every other startup hub.

San Francisco has become one huge metaphor for economic inequality in America

Almost 80% of US workers live from paycheck to paycheck. Here’s why
Robert Reich

Living Paycheck to Paycheck is a Way of Life for Majority of U.S. Workers, According to New CareerBuilder Survey
Study Highlights:
– 78 percent of U.S. workers live paycheck to paycheck to make ends meet
– Nearly one in 10 workers making $100,000+ live paycheck to paycheck
– More than 1 in 4 workers do not set aside any savings each month
– Nearly 3 in 4 workers say they are in debt today – more than half think they will always be
– More than half of minimum wage workers say they have to work more than one job to make ends meet

The government shutdown spotlights a bigger issue: 78% of US workers live paycheck to paycheck

Most Americans Can’t Afford A Minor Emergency
Just 39 percent of Americans have enough money in savings to cover an unexpected $1,000 bill, according to a new report.

Immigration is vital to boost economic growth

On average, Americans die with $61,000 in debt: Who pays?

70% of Americans with credit card debt admit they can’t pay it off this year

The ‘mother of all credit bubbles’ is brewing — and this time it isn’t household debt
Corporate America has transformed itself into one giant leveraged buyout

More than half of Californians say they plan to leave as state leads U.S. in outmigration

Big backyards and pools are California’s past. Apartment buildings are its future

Breaking it Down: Industrial Capitalism vs. Financial Capitalism (or, Why We’re F*cked)

Production Capitalism vs Financial Capitalism – Symbiosis and Parasitism. An Evolutionary Perspective and Bibliography

Financial Capitalism v. Industrial Capitalism