Socioeconomic status (low class)

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  • Many families struggle to make ends meet.

  • 44% of children are part of a low income family in the U.S.A.

  • Many low income families are living off ramen noodles and PB&J sandwiches.

  • Low income families are trying their hardest to make things the best they can make them.

  • A large percentage of American families have low incomes.

  • one out of every three families with children had incomes below twice the federal poverty level (FPL).

  • Families might not get the best education when they have a low socioeconomic status, so if you don’t have a good education you probably won't get a good job.

  • The low class may not get much income but they are usually hard workers.

  • Socioeconomic status is typically broken into three categories (high SES, middle SES, and low SES).

  • Combined total measure of a persons work.

  • Income, education, and occupation all are a big part that affects a persons socioeconomic status.

  • In many poor families food, shelter and safety are the 3 big priorities.

  • Families that are middle class or higher often stress getting their family a good education.

  • Conditions at your workplace will often stress on socio-status.