Not all incomes are equal. A surgeon, a retail clerk and a high school teacher don’t earn the same amount. Even within each occupation, salaries vary based on experience, training and location.
One expectation that many people have is that workers new to the professional world won’t make much money. Consider the stereotype that new college graduates have to move back in with their parents because they can’t afford to support themselves. The stereotype isn’t entirely unfounded. Walk into the apartments of most 20-somethings and you’ll see bare walls and furniture that was probably passed down from someone else. Tight budgets are just a part of starting your professional life.
As with all things, there are exceptions. Not every new worker is trying to earn enough to pay the bills. Some fresh-faced workers earn more than most Americans ever will.
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