Being in a "class" depends on a variety of factors, including income, education, standing in society and home location. Living in an expensive city, like New York or Los Angeles, requires a higher income than living in a mid-west small town so in "real" terms, one could have an income of higher class in a mid-west small town that is substantially lower than a person living in New York who, despite the higher income, would be in a lower class. Also, money does not make a class, so for example, a drug dealer making $1 million a year with no education and poor manners would be considered of a lower class than a medical doctor earning $150,000 a year.<br />
So, in very general terms:<br />
Upper/Upper Class is income more than $1 million<br />
Upper/Middle Class is income more than $350,000<br />
Upper/Lower Class is income more than $150,000<br />
Middle/Upper Class is income more than $100,000<br />
Middle/Middle Class is income more than $65,000<br />
Middle/Lower Class is income more than $45,000<br />
Again, income alone does not define class. You could be Ivy League educated college professor earning $75,000 a year and hanging in all the right circles and be upper class by how you carry yourself.
don't no i have never been in the middle ...
My dad made about 400k last yr and I think he's upper middle class.<br />
yeah every year that I know of... You know Homer Simpson... He does that but lol obviously in more detail. He also travels alot for work... He has a Masters in Nuclear Science or Engineering.. He could of retired years ago if he didnt have a wife, a girlfriend, an ex wife with 6 kids 3 out of college 2 in college and one that just turned 16... o my poor daddy lol