For example, in 1960, a husband and wife, each with a high school education, would earn about 103% of the average household income.But in 2005, that same couple would earn only about 83% of the average.As a consequence, income inequality has increased because education is strongly correlated with income—the more schooling you have, the more money you typically earn, according to a team of economists headed by Jeremy Greenwood of the University of Pennsylvania. (For a detailed look at marriage patterns of couples, see this Pew Research report.) But the big surprises came in household income trends among couples with relatively more and relatively less education.
"I went out with enough to staff a major hospital." Then Tucker moved to Seattle, where the Super Sonics had just won the NBA championship and were the town's biggest celebrities.
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