The incomes of the top 1% have increased by 242% since 1980, while the middle three quintiles have seen just 50% income growth in just under...
Universal Basic Income (UBI) is hoped to be a viable solution to US' income inequality, but it could promote a wider wealth gap and increased unemployment.
Defining wealth would depend on a person's understanding of being rich.
A study revealed the richest people in the US are wealthier than the bottom 64 percent of Americans combined.
More women indeed need to invest to somehow narrow down the wealth gap between them and men.