Why the Gap Between Jobs And Pay is so Big And Why The Gap Is Getting Worse

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How much are you paying for your life?

If you’re like most Americans, you have a hard time deciding between paying your bills and your home or the cost of your kids’ college education.

And you don’t know exactly how much you’re paying for them, either.

The answer is that the gap between your paychecks and your pay can be a lot bigger than you think.

In fact, the pay gap can be as big as 50% or more, according to a study by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley and the Center for Economic Policy and Research. 

What Are The Causes Of The Pay Gap? 

The reasons why paychecks are so small or even nonexistent are many and varied, and they have a lot to do with your work environment.

The reasons vary by job and industry, but the gist is that while you have many opportunities to increase your pay, you also have many other opportunities to make less money than you’re making now.

This creates a vicious cycle.

It makes it more likely that you’ll be making less money over time, leading you to believe that your job or occupation is the only thing holding you back. 

The problem is, we all have some level of income insecurity.

There are some people in every household who struggle with being able to pay the bills and support their families.

But for the vast majority of Americans, they’re able to keep their heads above water financially. 

It’s a situation that can get so bad that many people feel like they can’t even afford to take time off work to take care of themselves. 

In the midst of the Great Recession, some people even started taking advantage of their job security by taking a few weeks off to get some serious caregiving.

The problem with this, however, is that even when we are able to make money, there are still other opportunities that we can’t.

As a result, even if we’re able pay off our debt, it’s still going to take some time for us to be able to get back to the middle class that we once were. 

As a result of this situation, the gap in paychecks between the rich and poor has become one of the largest ever recorded. 

But How Much Do We Actually Make?

In fact, it was only in 2009 that the average American worker actually earned more than the average person in the middle.

Today, however , it’s more like 90%.

In this post, we’re going to explore some of the key economic indicators that show how the gap has grown, and then look at what can be done about it.

The first is the amount of money that you earn for each hour of work.

For the most part, Americans who work full-time are paid $7.25 an hour.

This figure is slightly higher in some states, but is actually a lot lower than it used to be.

This is because many employers now pay employees a little more than their full-timers, as part of their compensation packages.

For example, at a McDonald’s, a full-timer makes $8.00 an hour, while a part-timer earns $8 per hour.

The difference between full- and part-timer pay is a significant one: In the past, full-Timers earned about $22 an hour while part-Timer workers earned just over $16 an hour.(source)But it gets worse: Because most Americans work part-time, their total compensation has increased over the last decade, as have their hours worked.

For those who work part time, their compensation for a full year has grown to $16.60 an hour(source).

So the question is, what is the difference between this amount of compensation and the amount they were earning a year ago?

The answer is, most people can’t really say.

This chart shows the number of hours worked by each age group over the years.(source: Bureau of Labor Statistics)The chart above shows how much money each age bracket earned in 2014 for the entire country.

While most people have no idea how much they earned, this data gives us some clues.

According to the BLS, in 2014, full time workers were the largest group, earning about $23,000.

And this figure was about $6,000 higher than it was in 2007.(source):But there are some caveats to this figure.

First of all, full and part time workers have different work schedules.

For a full time worker, you work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, seven days a month, or 14 days a year.

But this doesn’t tell us how much their hours of work are different from what they were in 2007.

For instance, part time work was at its lowest in 2007, so if we had this data for all full time work in the United States, we would have seen that it was