Silicon Valley redefines ‘working class’

Silicon Valley has a reputation for being insular and sometimes out-of-touch. According to an article in the New York Times, it maybe true. The...

Silicon Valley has a reputation for being insular and sometimes out-of-touch. According to an article in the New York Times, it maybe true. The dot.com waves have created “working class millionaires” who continue to toil away at jobs because keeping up with Jones often means racking up a net worth that exceeds $20 million, according to the article. Or as one Silicon Valley millionaire says:

“I’d be rich in Kansas City,” he said. “People would seek me out for boards. But here I’m a dime a dozen.”

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