Whatever stage in life you find yourself in, it’s more than likely that money is something you think about fairly frequently—whether you have plenty of it or could use a whole lot more of it. And there is no more clear indicator of how much money you make than the figure you see on your biweekly paycheck. And if you’re being honest with yourself, you’ve probably thought once or twice about how that financial figure stacks up against the paychecks of your peers.
So, to satisfy your curiosity, we consulted a recent study conducted by the financial experts at GOBanking Rates. Using data from the U.S. Census Bureau,
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