Why the rich get richer and the poor get poorer there are both ethical and political reasons for wanting to address the growing gap between rich and poor, according to experts ranging from.
Gap between the super rich (the top 5 percent) and the middle class (the middle 20 percent) it grew by $58,800, with grand rapids and des moines among the metro areas with the biggest changes.
The rich are getting richer in india while the poor are getting poorer over the last four decades, india’s top 1% earners’ share of the country’s income rose from roughly 7% to 22%, as of 2014.
Notably, it also highlights that a corrosive defect in the economy -- inequality -- is getting worse saez found that the top 1 percent of income earners continue to outperform the rest of american families, with the richest workers enjoying income gains of 77 percent last year. Lower-income workers get skimpier matching contributions from employers and often receive little or no tax benefit, but still face a penalty if they need to tap their savings early. But rich and poor beats poor and poor and, in a land of capitalist opportunity, at least the poor have hope in that world, there’s no shame in being called rich many would be proud of it and, as with tallness, lay claim to it when it’s only marginally justified. The report of robert reich: “why the rich are getting richer and the poor, poorer,” is an eye opener and a warning for society regarding unemployment that it will be facing and is currently facing due to a lack of technology and education. The rich are still getting richer, and the poor are still getting poorer, federal data released thursday suggests accounting for taxes, though, everyone's getting poorer, especially the rich the average american household's income declined for a second year in a row, the data from the bureau of labor statistics show, down 09 percent to $64,432.
The rich have become richer, and the poor have become poorer and the vessel of the state is driven between the scylla and charybdis of anarchy and despotism  to him that hath etc is a reference to matthew 25:29 (the parable of the talents . The report of robert reich: “why the rich are getting richer and the poor, poorer,” is an eye opener and a warning for society regarding unemployment that it will be facing and is currently facing due to a lack of technology and education it clearly articulates that the jobs of routine.
Throw up barriers to the progress of the poor, or pay people to stay poor, or rig the system so the rich and politically well-connected get artificial economic advantages and chances are, the poor will indeed get poorer and the rich will get richer. The rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer, at least in the united states.