Given the precarious status of the middle class, particularly the solidly or middle-middle class,
how would YOU advise your children that middle class isn't enough anymore but to aim to be socioeconomically upper class or at least, very upper middle class? The middle class is shrinking. My late mother stated FOUR decades ago, there are only going to be TWO classes in the future-THE VERY RICH and THE VERY POOR, the middle class will be NO MORE. Give analytical, logical answers please.
Your mother appears to have the best answer, and I like the image, as there is no place in the middle.
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