Map via WashingtonPost: Where the Millionaires Are

Where the Millionaires Are

Per capita millionaire households (Source: Phoenix Global Wealth Monitor)

More than six million households in the United States have liquid assets worth more than $1 million, according to new estimates that show the greatest concentrations of wealth in the United States are along the Interstate 95 corridor. (Click through for an interactive map.)

MAP via WashingtonPost: Who’s most well off

Who’s most well off

Gallup's well-being index.

Gallup’s well-being index.

Gallup’s well-being index relies on 55 metrics, including rates of obesity, produce consumption, smoking, depression and psychological fulfillment. Generally, the best-off states are in the Midwest and West while the worst are in the south. And there was quite a bit of a shakeup last year. Nineteenth-ranked North Dakota rose to the top spot, while 12th-ranked South Dakota took the second spot. After four years on top, Hawaii fell to the eighth spot. Read more at Gallup.

via CNN: How does your Salary Compare to Others?

This widget sheds light on the UNEVEN DEVELOPMENT that exists across the globe. ECONOMIC INEQUITY is but one of the economic indicators that illustrates the DEVELOPMENT GAP. With little EXPENDABLE INCOME, less developed and developing countries do not draw in the QUATERNARY service sector that more developed countries do.

-The Human Imprint

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“Data has been sourced from the International Labour Organization, the U.S. CEO earnings figure was sourced from theBureau of Labor Statistics and the Queen’s income from The Sovereign Grant. *$PPP wages calculate the buying power of what you earn, inside your country, relative to someone in the U.S. Find out more about how this interactive was calculatedhere. **Iraq and Timor-Leste are net.”