Retirement security, Women, Race/ethnicity
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With sizable increases in the concentration of wealth and income among households at the very top in recent decades, the rest of the population has a progressively smaller share of economic resources, with the most vulnerable among us left with just crumbs of the economic pie. In U.S. society, the economically vulnerable are not evenly distributed across society and are much more likely to be people of color, women, and those who cannot earn money in the labor market—the disabled, children, and the elderly. Households of color are more likely than White households to live in poverty in old age; similarly, older women are more likely than older men to live in poverty ( Administration on Aging, 2014 )....

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