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middle-income

[mid-l-in-kuhm] /ˈmɪd lˈɪn kʌm/
adjective
1.
of or pertaining to those with an average income within the overall population.
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  • Their students tend to be older than traditional students and are often low- to middle-income working adults with families.
  • Nursing does provide attractive middle-income salaries.
  • Thanks to low living costs, it's been a great place for middle-income families to find work and settle.
  • Poor and middle-income people would pay higher taxes.
  • For middle-income taxpayers, the percentage was even lower.
  • But because the income thresholds weren't indexed to inflation, the tax has spread to middle-income retirees.
  • But often there is something amiss when a middle-income country has such a rich currency.
  • The legislation will limit the availability of a tax rebate on health insurance premiums to lower- and middle-income earners.
  • Over time, it acquired a latticework of state and federal subsidies for low-, moderate- and middle-income tenants.
  • But this would ultimately take its hardest toll on lower- and middle-income consumers.

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