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Half of Americans say their financial situation hasn’t improved since the Great Recession

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This has nothing to do with the premise of the article.

 

“Women face bias in the workplace and that exhibits itself in the pay and opportunities for advancement that they’re given,” Hamrick said.

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Avocado toast, which I'll take your word is a thing, would be more affordable if you didn't buy a $400 toaster.

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I've enjoyed the best of both worlds:. The "Great Recession" figured prominently in my decision to retire early at age 58.   On the other hand, DW's income has doubled since 2011 (and it wasn't shabby to start with!)

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15 hours ago, cv91915 said:

Also notable:  Half of Americans are dumber than average.

Maybe, maybe not. More accurately, half of Americans are dumber than the median.

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