Inequality – Income Mobility Across Generations

Inequality – Income Mobility Across Generations In the United States, it takes five generations for individuals born in low-income families to reach the mean income in society. In Danemark, it takes “only” two generations. Image: Deutsche Bank Global Research

Inequality – The Global Wealth Pyramid

Inequality – The Global Wealth Pyramid The level of wealth inequality is high in 2019: the richest 10% of adults own 82% of global wealth, while the bottom half of adults account for less than 1%. Image: Credit Suisse

Inequality – U.S. Gini Coefficient for Households

Inequality – U.S. Gini Coefficient for Households U.S. inequality reached highest level since 1967. Gini coefficient: 0 equals perfect equality, while 1 equals perfect inequality. Image: Deutsche Bank Global Research