Relative Income Measurement by Department of Census

The Department of the Census explains low relative income as experienced while families: (w) lack sufficient income to buy the fundamental food clothing and shelter required for survival. (x) would like to improve their personal welfare lack the resources to do so. (y) are at the bottom, socioeconomically, as well as lack opportunities for upward mobility. (z) have income less than half the median incomes of other American families.

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