Intergenerational Social Mobility

Intergenerational Social Mobility

It compares the socio-economic status of two different generations. The occupation of parents and children occupation is henceforth the basis of comparison. Immobile families have similar salaries and occupations for both generations. cultural and traditional relationships consequently pave way for immobility traits. In intergenerational mobility education and the wage have helped indeed the younger generation transform their lives. The Son of a farmer becoming the president of a nation is an example of intergenerational mobility. The forward policies of the government that aid human capital formation as a matter of fact lead to intergenerational mobility.

Reference  : OECD data about  Intergenerational Social Mobility

Sociology
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