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March 13, 2017


tom schott

Point taken Kris, but the idea of ANYONE making it to the top 1/5 should be harder than someone making a 1, 2 or 3 stage jump. However, once someone moves up a rung, logic says that the next rung should be easier.

We should not be equating the American Dream, nor "success" with the top 1/5...and don't think you are. We should equate it with advancing. So, IMHO, the chart could use a different (and far less provocative) title, and show folks the pathway and the odds to "better".


Agree Tom - I think the american dream is moving up - and it doesn't have to be to the top 20%...

Thanks - KD

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