The Great Recession and Distribution of Income in California
In the Great Recession and its aftermath, family incomes in California declined across the spectrum. The percentage of Californians living in middle-income families fell to a new low of less than 50 percent. And the gap between the highest and lowest income families grew to its widest in 30 years. This report tracks these trends and considers the effects of unemployment on family income.
The Great Recession and Recovery in California, San Francisco
The Great Recession and Distribution of Income in California, Sacramento
Setting the Context: The Economy, Employment and Poverty in California
Poverty in California
Child Poverty in California
Income Inequality and the Safety Net in California