Share this infographic with your social media network, colleagues and websites! Click the image to see the full size image or grab the code below to embed the image on your site. Short URL: bit.ly/QiPKMz View more of SN's Datapoints. Description: The median household income fell slightly in 2011, continuing a trend that began with the Great Recession of 2008, although poverty rates remained about flat from a year ago, according to a report last week from the U.S. Department ...
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