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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Ithaca, New York : New Strategist Publications, Inc., ©2011
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||New Strategist Publications, Inc.|
|ISBN:||9781935775676 1935775677 9781461941385 1461941385 9781935775447 1935775448|
|Notes:||Table 1.25 Households by Income and Age of Householder, 2010: Non-Hispanic White Households.|
|Description:||1 online resource (xvii, 429 pages) : illustrations.|
|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 1.9 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. 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.|
|Series Title:||American Money Series.|
Explores and explains the economic status of Americans in the aftermath of the Great Recession.
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- Income -- United States -- Statistics.
- Income distribution -- United States -- Statistics.
- Discretionary income -- United States -- Statistics.
- Household surveys -- United States.
- United States -- Economic conditions -- 1981-2001 -- Statistics.
- United States -- Economic conditions -- 2001-2009 -- Statistics.
- BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Economics -- Macroeconomics.
- POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Economic Conditions.
- Discretionary income.
- Economic history.
- Household surveys.
- Income distribution.
- United States.