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Title American incomes : demographics of who has money
Edition Eighth edition
Published Ithaca, New York : New Strategist Publications, Inc., [2011]
©2011
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Description 1 online resource (xvii, 429 pages) : illustrations
Series American Money Series
American Money Series
Contents Table of Contents; Tables; Illustrations; Introduction; Chap. 1 Household Income; Household Income Trends; Household Incomes Are Falling; Table 1.2 Distribution of Households by Income, 1990 to 2010; Richest Households Control Large Share of Income; Table 1.1 Share of Aggregate Income Received by Each Fifth and Top 5 Percent of Households, 1990 to 2010; Most Age Groups Have Lost Ground since 2000; Table 1.3 Median Income of Households by Age of Householder, 1990 to 2010; Every Household Type Has Seen Its Income Decline; Table 1.4 Median Income of Households by Type of Household, 1990 to 2010
Non-Hispanic Whites Have Lost the LeastTable 1.5 Median Income of Households by Race and Hispanic Origin of Householder, 1990 to 2010; Even the College Educated Have Lost Ground; Table 1.6 Median Income of Households by Education of Householder, 1991 to 2010; Incomes Fell in Households Large and Small; Table 1.7 Median Income of Households by Size, 1990 to 2010; More Earners Help Stabilize Incomes; Table 1.8 Median Income of Households by Number of Earners, 1990 to 2010; Families with Children Are Losing Ground
Table 1.13 Number of Households by Income Quintile and Household Characteristic, 2010Table 1.14 Distribution of Households within Income Quintile by Household Characteristic, 2010; Table 1.15 Distribution of Household Characteristics by Income Quintile, 2010; Married Couples Have the Highest Incomes; Table 1.16 Households by Income and Household Type, 2010: Total Households; Table 1.17 Households by Income and Household Type, 2010: Asian Households; Table 1.18 Households by Income and Household Type, 2010: Black Households
Table 1.19 Households by Income and Household Type, 2010: Hispanic HouseholdsTable 1.20 Households by Income and Household Type, 2010: Non-Hispanic White Households; Household Income Peaks in the 45-to-54 Age Group; Table 1.21 Households by Income and Age of Householder, 2010: Total Households; Table 1.22 Households by Income and Age of Householder, 2010: Asian Households; Table 1.23 Households by Income and Age of Householder, 2010: Black Households; Table 1.24 Households by Income and Age of Householder, 2010: Hispanic Households
Table 1.9 Median Income of Families by Type and Presence of Children, 1990 to 2010Working Wives Are Keeping Families Afloat; Table 1.10 Median Income of Married Couples by Work Experience, 1990 to 2010; Northeast Has Fared Better than Other Regions; Table 1.11 Median Income of Households by Region, 1990 to 2010; Many States Have Seen Double-Digit Declines inMedian Household Income; Table 1.12 Median Income of Households by State 1989-90 to 2009-10; Household Income, 2010; Dual-Earner Couples Dominate the Affluent
Summary Explores and explains the economic status of Americans in the aftermath of the Great Recession
Notes Table 1.25 Households by Income and Age of Householder, 2010: Non-Hispanic White Households
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
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Subject Discretionary income -- United States -- Statistics.
Household surveys -- United States.
Income distribution -- United States -- Statistics.
Income -- United States -- Statistics.
United States -- Economic conditions -- 1981-2001 -- Statistics.
United States -- Economic conditions -- 2001-2009 -- Statistics.
Genre/Form Statistics.
Statistics.
Form Electronic book
Author New Strategist Publications, Inc.
ISBN 1461941385 (electronic bk.)
1935775448 (electronic bk.)
1935775677
9781461941385 (electronic bk.)
9781935775447 (electronic bk.)
9781935775676