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The poor, the rich and the ultra-rich

The reality behing the “average” salary

Although I am not an economist, economics is a subject I enjoy a lot because it simultaneously describes the situation of people around the world and lends itself to very interesting analyzes due to its purely quantitative nature. Consequently, this would not be the first time that I share data, analysis or economic news, but this…

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Geeky, introverted MSc in Computer Science and passionate rock climber. Data lover wanting to share his interest through writing.

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Geeky, introverted MSc in Computer Science and passionate rock climber. Data lover wanting to share his interest through writing.

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