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The term “socioeconomic” is often used when discussing a cultural group’s income, types of careers or occupations, such as blue collar or white collar, and levels of education. These characteristics allow society to categorize the low- income, middle class and wealthy individuals of the United States, who have social standing, power, and control over the lower classes. Needless to say, poverty and a low socioeconomic status have a strong correlation to poor health, either little to no education, single parent households, and low wage employment are among some of the factors. These disparities, so to speak ...