Study: Upward Mobility No Tougher In U.S. Than Two Decades Ago

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[blockquote source=”NPR”]The study doesn’t try to find out why economic mobility varies so much. But it does note that there’s a strong correlation between advancement and certain kinds of social factors: the quality of schools, the degree of racial segregation, and whether you grew up in a two-parent household.

Study: Upward Mobility No Tougher In U.S. Than Two Decades Ago
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