social class

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social class

a grouping of people with similar values, interests, income, education, and occupations.

social class

1. Social standing or position. Synonym: socioeconomic status
2. A group of people with shared culture, privilege, or position.
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On the other hand, Le Borgne said on the much higher end of the economic spectrum it is employers who hire Syrians at low wages and landlords who charge higher rents that are benefitting from the crisis.
The recession increased these economic gaps, not only between blacks and whites, but between all Americans who are at the lower half of the economic spectrum and those at the top 15 to 20 percent.
Once shopped almost exclusively by consumers who skew toward the lower end of the economic spectrum, these small-format, value-oriented stores now attract shoppers of all socioeconomic levels as more consumers find themselves living on a tight budget.
Stimulus is a shareholder in a number of unlisted businesses across the economic spectrum.
After a successful first outing in 2010 - and an edition focusing on Abu Dhabi in 2011 - the supplement brings you the thoughts of prominent industry leaders from across the economic spectrum of Dubai to highlight the dynamism of the emirate's business community.
Las Vegas is one of America's top five tourist destinations, offering visitors across the economic spectrum the desert experience and the Grand Canyon, national parks, and of course the city's addictive hotels and casinos.
Nonprofit group Junior Achievement teamed up with Fairfax schools to create a program where students receive real-life situations covering the low and high ends of the economic spectrum, which they must then learn to navigate.
There's an almost even number of parties on the left and right of the economic spectrum, but the weightier players - including the Freedom and Justice, the Free Egyptians and Al-Wafd - are right-leaning.
The location of the center will allow children, youth and families across the economic spectrum to easily access and utilize the facility in advancement of their athletic skills as well as their physical well being, said the press release.
Part romance, part crime thriller and part art film, this Argentinean import follows the story of Lala and Ailin (played by Ines Efron and Argentine pop star turned actor, Mariela Vitale aka Emme, respectively), two girls from different ends of the economic spectrum whose relationship, when threatened, leads to a shocking crime.
Orphanides, who is also a member of the Governing Council of the European Central Bank, said problems in the economy needed to be tackled comprehensively, and with backing from across the island's political and economic spectrum.
Jennifer Brooke, executive director of the BCA, said: "Empty property rates have had a far-reaching and crippling effect across the economic spectrum, and it is positive the Chancellor has recognised the damaging impact of this tax in the PBR.