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whit wrote:^def considering where you are
To me, if you have between 80k-120k that's average middle class though if you're making upwards to 160k, you are not quite middle but not upper class yet.
If you're making 175k and above than its upper class
If you're making between 40k-80k you're lower and anything below 40k to me is poverty considering, rent on average is about 2-3k a month and a new one bedroom condo in an okay area could cost you 800k--and that's considered a good deal
Where do you live that rent is 2-3k a month average? I dont think that is normal accross America.
I'd say anything over $80k is when you start leaving the middle class.
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