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Oxfam: Italy, "stops" with inequalities

2020-01-19T23:16:06.555Z

0.01 In Italy, 30% of employed young people earn less than € 800 a month and 13% of under 29s are in "working poverty". So Oxfam, a confederation of global 'nonprofits' dedicated to reducing global poverty. Without the social elevator, the gender difference weighs on women: the "working mom" at 57%, the workers without children rise to 72.1%. And the wealth of 1% of Italians exceeds that of the poorest 70%. The data arrive on the eve of the annual summit of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.



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20 January 20200.01 In Italy, 30% of young people employed earn less than € 800 a month and 13% of under 29s are in "working poverty". So Oxfam, a confederation of global 'nonprofits' dedicated to reducing global poverty. Without the social elevator, the gender difference weighs on women: the "working mom" at 57%, the workers without children rise to 72.1%. And the wealth of 1% of Italians exceeds that of the poorest 70%. The data arrive on the eve of the annual summit of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

Source: rainews

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