I agree that occupation, education, income and wealth aren't always based on choice. The opportunity to advance your station in life isn't available to everyone all the time,despite our societal rhetoric saying the contrary. I do have an issue with the occupation category in how they ranked a number of jobs as it implies a bias toward professional jobs and/or business ones. I'm sure lawyers, doctors and CEOs are ranked in the 90th percentile or better. Although I am in the healthcare field, I am not a doctor. Nor a nurse for that matter. My department processes appeals and grievances at a managed care plan. The closest occupational category for what we do is health support, but it doesn't fully capture the essence of what we do and our job titles aren't included in the general office support category. So when I picked health support, it states that it's in the 45th percentile, but I can argue that what we do is vastly important. In fact, any office support job is vastly important because without them, businesses would have a hard time operating. The rest of the graphic shows that I'm all over the place-91st percentile in education, 78th percentile in income, and 43rd percentile in wealth. Overall, I'm in the 64th percentile, or upple middle class. Never would have guessed.
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