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It's Difficult for the Indonesian Middle Class to Become Rich

The gap between the remaining salaries of middle class citizens and the upper class of productive age makes it difficult for the middle class to get rich.

This article has been translated using AI. See Original .

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MARGARETHA PUTERI ROSALINA, MARIA PASCHALIA JUDITH JUSTIARI, MELATI MEWANGI
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The following article was translated using both Microsoft Azure Open AI and Google Translation AI. The original article can be found in Kelas Menengah Indonesia Sulit Menjadi Orang Kaya

Office workers were in the MH Thamrin area of Jakarta during the evening commute on Friday (24/3/2023).
KOMPAS/RADITYA HELABUMI

Office workers were in the MH Thamrin area of Jakarta during the evening commute on Friday (24/3/2023).

JAKARTA, KOMPAS - It is difficult for the middle class in Indonesia to become wealthy. There is a gap in the monthly salary remainder between the middle class and the productive age wealthy class (15-64 years) in 2021. The remainder of salary for the upper class citizens is Rp 1.59 million per person per month, which is equivalent to 3.64 times larger than the middle class citizens.

Editor:
ANDY RIZA HIDAYAT, MARGARETHA PUTERI ROSALINA
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