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12%: The drop in adjusted gross income reported on individual income tax returns from 2007-09

12%: The drop in adjusted gross income reported on individual income tax returns from 2007-2009

Adjusted gross income (AGI) reported by taxpayers with income of $1 million or more fell by almost half.

Source: 2012, Changes in Reported Income, 2007-2009
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In 2012, 63% of those who earned doctoral degrees in professional practice borrowed $100,000+

High debt levels are much more common among graduate students than among those with fewer years of schooling.

Source: 2015, Student Debt: Who Borrows Most? What Lies Ahead?
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53% of nonprofits with government contracts or grants froze or reduced employee salaries in 2012

53% of nonprofits with government contracts or grants froze or reduced employee salaries in 2012

Governments often limit what these nonprofits can spend on general overhead or administrative costs.

Source: 2014, National Study of Nonprofit-Government Contracts and Grants 2013: State Profiles
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43% of LGB teens in relationships have experienced physical violence from a partner

43% of LGB teens in relationships have experienced physical violence from a partner

Lesbian, gay, and bisexual teens in relationships experience abuse significantly more frequently than heterosexual teen couples.

Source: 2013, Dating Violence Experiences of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Youth
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51% of US low-income men ages 18-44 lack any health insurance coverage

51% of U.S. low-income men ages 18-44 lack any health insurance coverage

Nineteen percent of low-income men report fair or poor health vs. 4.9 percent among higher-income men ages 18–44.

Source: 2013, The Health of Disconnected Low-Income Men
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Pimps in Washington, DC, had average weekly cash incomes of $11,588 between 2005 and 2011

Pimps in Washington, DC, had average weekly cash incomes of $11,588 between 2005 and 2011

The estimated revenues of America’s underground sex economies range from $39.9 million in Denver to $290 million in Atlanta.

Source: 2014, Estimating the Size and Structure of the Underground Commercial Sex Economy in Eight Major US Cities
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