Police Salaries 80th to 90th percentile Income Paying Jobs

The Most Common Jobs For The Rich, Middle Class And Poor

Police Salaries 80th to 90th percentile Income Paying Jobs
Comment by Felix A. Montelara:

Police work averages in the 20% of higher paying jobs, surpassed by Doctors, Lawyer, and Executives.cropped-lra-logo-blue.jpg Should we consider that being part of the middle class or among the rich.  Read the NPR article below and let know your opinion in the in the comment box.

Police Salaries 80th to 90th percentile Income Paying Jobs

We’ve written a lot about how income has changed (or not) for the rich, middle class and poor in the U.S. We’ve written much less about what the rich, middle class and poor actually do for work.

To remedy that, we made this graph. It shows the 10 most popular jobs in each income bracket. Click on each job to see where it appears in different income brackets.

Police Salaries 80th to 90th percentile Income Paying Jobs
The jobs here look shockingly familiar. It’s like a Richard Scarry model of the labor market, with people working jobs ripped right out of a storybook. This is the kind of work that needs to get done in every city in America. It shows that, at least nationally, the conventional idea of what people do for a living still holds.

Looking across incomes and rankings there are a couple of interesting things to note:

  • It’s good to be the boss: Being a manager is the most common job from the 70th percentile up to the 99th.
  • Doctors and lawyers are only found in the top two brackets. (There’s a reason our grandmothers wanted us to go to med school or law school.)
  • Sales supervisors are well-represented across all groups. It’s a broad job title that applies to people making as little as $12,000 a year all the way up to six figures.

The data come from the American Community Survey using individual income from wages and salaries. We restricted the sample to adults ages 25 to 65 and who worked at least three months in the past year.
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Police Salaries 80th to 90th percentile Income Paying Jobs

 The Most Common Jobs For The Rich, Middle Class And Poor

Comments by Felix A. Montelara:

Police work averages in the 20% of higher paying jobs, surpassed by Doctors, Lawyer, and Executives.cropped-lra-logo-blue.jpg Should we consider that being part of the middle class or among the rich.  Read the NPR article below and let know your opinion in the in the comment box.

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Side Hustle! Why my “normal” Law Enforcement Officer job isn’t cutting it anymore?

Side Hustle! Why my “normal” Law Enforcement Officer job isn’t cutting it anymore?

Brian Cain Law Enforcement Officer from Officer DadBrian Caine and Felix A. Montelara Law Enforcement Officer from  The Potential Millionaire two law enforcement officers discuss how your passion can lead to a side hustle that can be rewarding.  Brian tells us about his love for the coffee through is involvement in the Georgia Bean Roasters Company. He also explained how a failed Kickstater® campaign thought him new life lessons.  Brian has also found success being persistent and patient doing what he loves.  Brian tells us that law enforcement officers blog as a side hustle but make every attempt to keep their identity private.  I explain what should we do with the money we earn and how we should make it work for us.

I hope you enjoy the interview with Brian. If you want to learn more feel free to view www.potencialmillonario.com English blog or you can contact me at fmontelara@potentialmillionaire.com, 334 357 6410.

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