White-collar, non-manual workers, lower-level managers, and small business owners make up this specific type of social class. Holds about one-third of the country’s employed population. This class’s income is higher than the working-class’s income, yet lower than that of the doctors, engineers, lawyers, middle-sized business owners in the upper-middle class and rich people of the upper class.
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