Economic mobility measures how much a person’s income changes over time. It defines an individual’s or family’s ability to move up or down the economic ladder throughout generations.
“I’m surrounded by adults who care about me; they encourage me to act responsibly.”
Join ECS’ Young Friends Circle for cookies and cocktails as The New York Times bestselling author, Anne Byrn, talks about the history of baking.
For an individual living in poverty, especially deep poverty, life is experienced in a state of constant stress, making it especially difficult to deal with issues of family, health, finances, education, and meaningful employment.