Socioeconomic status (low class)
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.