Informative Essay: The Role Of Social Classes In America

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Social classes are quite the weird topic to discuss in society. It’s basically saying who is “superior” to who when it comes to talking about wealth, position, or pretty much anything in life. Homeless people are looked down upon for being poor, not dressing properly, and being unkempt, these kind of people are in the lower class. The class above that is the working class, which consists of people with a minimized amounts of education and jobs that don’t provide the good paychecks or the jobs are very dangerous, which means that the bad outweighs the good in this case. Then there’s the middle class, which consists of jobs that pay decent to good money, but not enough money to make them the cream of the crop since the upper class compromises of the rich, which only ranges from 1 to 3% of the U.S population.…show more content…
Sure we all weren’t born the same, but that doesn’t mean we can’t be given these opportunities to see if we can succeed. The people from the low class, like the homeless people for example are understandable since they are usually known to drop out of school with not much education or even a high school diploma. They chose their lives to be like that, and they still get money, just not from their jobs. But even then, not all the homeless people are the same, some of them got their homes taken away since the money kept stacking up and they just couldn’t keep up anymore. That doesn’t mean they weren’t
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