By ANNE FURDENBERGPublished April 06, 2017 07:05:18The United States ranks as the most unequal place in the world when it comes to the income of its young people, according to the U.N. report released on Tuesday.
That means that more than half of the U,S.
population, or nearly 4.3 million people, do not have access to enough money to cover their basic needs.
U.S.-born Americans were also found to be poorer than their British counterparts, the report said, while the U.,S.
middle class was better off than those at the bottom.
The United Kingdom, on the other hand, has seen a huge jump in income inequality over the last 20 years.
In 2016, the United Kingdom ranked seventh in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, a global ranking of the nations economies.
The top 10 countries in terms of wealth for the top 10 percent of the population are the United States, Canada, the European Union, Germany, France, Italy, Japan and South Korea.
In terms of incomes for the bottom 40 percent, the U of A is ranked 14th.
The U.Y.S., however, had the highest rate of inequality of any country in the study.
The report says the U-18 age group was less than a third of the overall U. S. population.
According to the report, the median income for a U. Y.
S college graduate was $34,100 in 2017.
That was just shy of the median for U.C. Berkeley graduate students.
In the U S, the national average for college graduates was $52,000, while for those aged 21 to 24 it was $48,600.
U-20 is a more expensive education for graduates compared to U-19, the age group that made up the bulk of the report’s respondents.
The average income for graduates of the 2019-2020 school year was $31,900.