Income Inequality in Wisconsin is at Highest Level Since the Great Depression

Wisconsin Public Radio recently did an important piece on income inequality in Wisconsin. In the report, it was shared that:
“The richest 1 percent in Wisconsin made — on average — 19 times as much as everyone else in 2014, according to Laura Dresser, associate director for COWS. Most people in Wisconsin made less than $50,000 a year on average while the top 1 percent brought in around $933,000 each year.”

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