By Alan Pyke on September 26, 2013
A huge proportion of the working population is under constant, acute, and psychologically damaging financial stress.
By Bryce Covert on September 19, 2013
The 1 percent didn't always take home most of the income.
By Bryce Covert on September 17, 2013
Income inequality has been on the rise since the end of the Great Recession.
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By Bryce Covert on September 13, 2013
Americans struggle to afford basic needs like food, housing, and healthcare.
By Annie-Rose Strasser on September 12, 2013
A high-density city is also often more carbon-efficient than other areas.
By Bryce Covert on September 11, 2013
The 1 percent took home 95 percent of all income during the recovery.
By Bryce Covert on September 4, 2013
More evidence that a strong middle class can lead to a stronger economy.
By Annie-Rose Strasser on September 2, 2013
A sad status quo is stopping some American workers from truly experiencing the American dream.
By Bryce Covert on August 23, 2013
The problem is part of a longer trend in which Americans have seen little wage growth.
By Marina Fang, Guest Contributor on August 15, 2013
Being an urban planner or a bank teller won't earn you enough to afford rent in many major cities.