Work, Incomes & Inequality

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Rami Nemi

Rami Nemi nos presenta un estilo único e inigualable dotado de simples trazos, colores planos y buen humor; su trabajo

Illustration by Sam Chivers Flat Illustration, Illustrators, Design, Illustrations And Posters, Character Design, Conceptual Illustration, Graphic Illustration, Art, Poster Design

New Republic. Inequality

Illustration for a book review of The Great Escape: Health, Wealth, and the Origins of Inequality By Angus Deaton for New Republic magazine.

For his new project “Unequal Scenes” Cape Town-based photographer Johnny Miller used a drone to show the inequality that exists in the Republic of South Africa. Golf Photography, Photography Projects, Landscape Photography, Drones, Drone Quadcopter, Apartheid, Fotografia Drone, Kenya, Tanzania

Aerial Shots That Demonstrate The Stark Divide Between Rich and Poor

During apartheid, barriers were both constructed and modified to segregate urban spaces—roads, rivers, and large stretches of open land separating rich neighborhoods from the poor. Twenty-two years later these barriers still exist, large homes with lush lawns just a few yards away from tightly-packe

Lines Dividing Rich And Poor Photographed With Drones. Photographer Johnny Miller used a drone to give us a bird's eye view on the lines of inequality so clearly drawn in the Republic of South Africa. Drones, Social Photo, Fotografia Drone, Photo Choc, Apartheid, Capture Photo, Photo Story, Birds Eye View, New Perspective
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Aerial Shots That Demonstrate The Stark Divide Between Rich and Poor

During apartheid, barriers were both constructed and modified to segregate urban spaces—roads, rivers, and large stretches of open land separating rich neighborhoods from the poor. Twenty-two years later these barriers still exist, large homes with lush lawns just a few yards away from tightly-packe

Aerial Views of Apartheid: Drone Photos Show Rich vs Poor Divides

Aerial Shots That Demonstrate The Stark Divide Between Rich and Poor

During apartheid, barriers were both constructed and modified to segregate urban spaces—roads, rivers, and large stretches of open land separating rich neighborhoods from the poor. Twenty-two years later these barriers still exist, large homes with lush lawns just a few yards away from tightly-packe

For decades, the Sun Belt promised jobs but the problems of wage inequality are catching up

America’s middle class meltdown

Changing fortunes of US middle income families

The Chinese economy receives a lot of interest in the media but it can be difficult to keep track of the basic facts. Here is an overview of China’s economy in the context of its global economic rise. Bretton Woods System, Economics 101, Religion And Politics, World Economic Forum, Rat Race, Global Business, Tomorrow Will Be Better, Twitter, Messages
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World Economic Forum on Twitter

“The surprising thing about the backlash against #globalization @rodrikdani https://t.co/yc4TUCrgTF”

Stefan Thewissen on Twitter

“The richest 1% U.S. males are expected to live 15 (!!) years longer than the poorest 1% Publicly available data: https://t.co/ADbzLkJTJP”

Graphic designer Herwig Scherabon visualises the data behind gentrification using a striking array of different styles. These examples look at the patterns of income inequality and segregation in large cities, from London to LA

East London Income Inequality

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The number of people living in extreme poverty has declined by more than half Source: United Nations / Vox Social Class, United Nations, Paradox, Sociology, Social Studies, Obama, Middle School, Knowledge, Politics
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Obama’s UN speech revealed a paradox at the heart of global politics

The world is getting better, and people don’t seem to notice.

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Ed Miliband

Is the new meritocracy a sham?

Like many Tories before her, Theresa May has said that talent should rise to the top, regardless of background. But can you have equality of opportunity when the gap between the haves and have-nots is wider than ever? Ed Miliband, Michaela Coel and Ken Loach talk about the wisdom of reviving this postwar dream

America’s growing temporary workforce North Dakota, World War Two, Wyoming, Economics, South Carolina, Michigan, Politics, United States, Relationship
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The Economist Data Team on Twitter

“America’s temp workers earn 20-25% less per hour than their permanent counterparts https://t.co/flRNTKFQod”

In Britain, Even Children Are Feeling the Effects of Austerity — The New York Times

The Year in Pictures 2018

The Year in Pictures 2018 - The New York Times

Eight charts that show 2016 wasn't as bad as you think

Eight charts that show 2016 wasn't as bad as you think

The number of poor people around the world has more than halved since 1990

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