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3 ways Canada beats the U.S. leaves out 1 huge factor

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Canada officially outpaced America’s middle class and is now home to the richest middle class on the planet, according to an article in The Atlantic.

This supposedly hinges on three factors:

(1) Canada's education attainment is outpacing the U.S. and most of the world; (2) American middle-class market wages aren't keeping up with overall economic growth; and (3) Other governments are doing more to redistribute income to poorer families in other countries, particularly in western and northern Europe. 

But the article emphasizes that one key item was left out: housing.

The U.S. is emerging from a catastrophic collapse of the housing market that obliterated household wealth for millions of middle-class families. Canada, however, is in the midst of a delirious housing boom and a personal debt craze that reminds some economists of the U.S. market exactly a decade ago (before you-know-what happened).

Source: The Atlantic
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