Delores Leonard (C) walks her daughters Emmarie (L) and Erin to school before heading to work at a McDonald's Restaurant in Chicago, Illinois, September 25, 2014. Leonard, a single mother raising two daughters, has been working at McDonald's for seven years and has never made more than minimum wage. Picture taken September 25, 2014. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
Blog Post | The Great Gatsby Curve
Inequality and social mobility: Be afraid
May 27, 2015,
In part five of our Great Gatsby Curve series, Isabel Sawhill shifts the discussion to consider why there should be a relationship between inequality and mobility, and what policies we should invest in to boost social mobility for future generations.