Economic Mobility: Who Gets Left Behind
Most Americans make more than their parents did, but that doesn't mean they're all moving up the economic ladder.
Some 84% of Americans have higher family incomes than their parents had at the same age, according to a new report from the Pew Economic Mobility Project. And 93% of those who grew up in the poorest fifth of the income ladder exceed their parents' family income as adults.
Read the full article at money.cnn.com.
- Economic Mobility Project