Income insufficiency is a problem. If I get paid enough, I'm not worried about other people making more. I don't care that Bill Gates and Donald Trump make more than some small countries if I can feed, clothe, and shelter myself and maybe put away something for when I can't work anymore. What bothers me, and probably bothers a lot of people, is that there always seems to be enough money to give raises to CEO's who are already rich, but when it comes to the working people who are losing a little bit every year to inflation, there doesn't seem to be any money for raises. We're supposed to save responsibly for retirement and save up in case we get sick or laid off, but how can a person save when rent goes up, health insurance goes up, cars and car repair prices go up, but wages stay the same?
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