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Classifications Of Economic Classes

Introduction

Humans are generally classified as poor or rich. People that want to break it down a little further will go for poor, middle class, and rich. Those classifications are all good, but I will break it down a little bit further in this article.

We will be classifying humans under a nine-level economic class model, starting from the least to the highest. Some parameters will influence the category a person can fall into, but I will explain more in the conclusion.

1.) Low grade lower class:

This is the poorest a human can be. People falling under this category often suffer extreme hunger. They can go without food for days (though they don’t do this by choice), and even for the time they do eat, they don’t know what they would eat the next day, or even something as close as the next eating shift. They can wear rags, live in external shading, or are cared for by organisations.

Earning range: less than 1 US dollars per day.

Feeding range: one lucky meal per day.

Clothing range: clothes picked from dust bins.

Housing range: gutters, under bridges, NGO camps, and so on.

Education range: usually none.

Examples: beggars living in poor countries, people at war, people under the care of organizations, etc,

2.) Middle grade lower class:

This kind of poverty is often caused by bad economy. This grade of people do eat, but don’t regularly go for balanced diets, they live in public yards, and wear a limited amount of clothing. Some of them do work, but are paid very little to make a difference.

Earning range: 2 to 5 dollars per day.

Feeding range: two to three lucky meals per day.

Clothing range: limited amount of self owned clothes.

Housing range: public yards.

Education range: primary to secondary school.

Examples: cleaners in poor countries, beggars in middle class countries, teachers in poor countries, people at war, etc.

3.) High grade lower class:

People falling under this category are usually poor people from developed countries. People under this category do manage some basic needs, but can go for basic wants like smart devices, recharge subscription. They have a tendency of living the lower class level at any time.

Earning range: 6 to 20 dollars per day.

Feeding range: three meals a day. Some balanced, some not balanced.

Clothing range: not too many, but sufficient amount of clothes to run different activities.

Housing range: rentable flats, personal bungalows.

Education range: secondary school to university level.

Examples: teachers in not too poor countries, beggars in rich countries, manual labourers, etc.

4.) Low grade middle class:

People falling under this category can’t certainly be classified as poor. They can have reputable jobs, but might fall into this category because they live in countries with bad governance. They can easily afford basic needs, baic wants, and some not too basic wants.

Earning range: 21 to 50 dollars per day.

Feeding range: three balanced meals a day, except by choice.

Clothing range: enough amount of clothes, though changing regularly might be a problem.

Housing range: rentable flats, personal bungalows, etc.

Education range: secondary school to university level, except by choice.

Examples: teachers in middle class countries, people just starting their business, pensioners, bankers in poor countries, etc.

5.) Middle grade middle class:

These people are considered middle class people irrespective of the country they live in. They can easily provide for themselves and their families. Feeding, clothing, housing, subscription, is never a problem.

Earning range: 51 to 300 dollars per day.

Feeding range: three or more balanced meals per day, except by choice. Snacks whenever wanted. Could visit basic restaurants multiple times a month.

Clothing range: more than enough clothes which can be changed yearly.

Housing range: rentable flats depending on the country, personal bungalows, rentable duplex, personal duplex.

Education range: masters degree except by choice.

Examples: teachers in rich countries, bankers in middle class countries, managers of small companies, upcoming actors or actresses or musicians or bloggers in poor and/or middle class countries, etc.

6.) High grade middle class:

These people can easily be considered rich in poor or middle class countries. They could easily acquire properties, save for the future, invest in multiple earning platforms, and accumulate a net worth. Reaching this level isn’t easy unless born so.

Earning range: 301 to 2,739 dollars per day.

Feeding range: three or more balanced meals per day, except by choice. Snacks whenever wanted. Expensive restaurants can be visited multiple times a month.

Clothing range: more than enough clothes which can be changed monthly. Popular brands of clothes like Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Adidas, Nike, and so on can be afforded.

Housing range: personal bungalows, rentable duplex depending on country, personal duplex.

Education range: can easily become a professor unless by choice.

Examples: mangers of middle class companies, professors in developed countries, successful crypto traders, popular actors or actresses or musicians or bloggers in poor countries, etc.

7.) Low grade upper class:

In as much as I don’t like saying, to be rich, you have be able to show it in whichever country you live in irrespective of their currency conversion rate to yours. It’s very simple, if you can’t earn up to a million dollars per year, you aren’t rich except if you live in countries with a lot of poor people to make you think so. Everything is easily available to you except things sold by auction, or specifically made for the rich.

Earning range: 2,740 to 10,000 dollars per day.

Feeding range: three or more balanced meals per day, except by choice. Snacks whenever wanted. Expensive restaurants can be visited multiple times a week.

Clothing range: more than enough clothes which can be changed weekly. Popular brands of clothes like Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Adidas, Nike, and so on can be easily afforded.

Housing range: personal duplex, rentable estates.

Education range: can easily become a professor unless by choice.

Examples: managers of large companies, share holders in middle class businesses, upcoming actors or actresses or musicians or bloggers in rich countries, etc.

8.) Middle grade upper class:

If you fall under this range, then you must own a significant source of income or be known for something. These people could easily afford extravagant wants like Ferrari, Lamborghini, Yatch, and so on.

Earning range: 10,001 to 50,000 dollars per day.

Feeding range: three or more balanced meals per day, except by choice. Snacks whenever wanted. Expensive restaurants can be visited multiple times a day.

Clothing range: more than enough clothes which can be changed daily. Popular brands of clothes like Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Adidas, Nike, and so on can be easily afforded.

Housing range: personal duplex, rentable estates, personal estates.

Education range: can easily become a professor unless by choice.

Examples: small share holders of popular companies, actors or actresses or musicians or bloggers in rich countries, politicians, etc.

9.) High grade upper class:

To be in this category, you have to be earning over 19 million dollars per year. This category might even be able to be divided as they are people that earn more than that a day.

Earning range: over 50,000 dollars per day.

Feeding range: three or more balanced meals per day, except by choice. Snacks whenever wanted. Expensive restaurants can be visited multiple times a day.

Clothing range: more than enough clothes which can be changed daily. Popular brands of clothes like Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Adidas, Nike, and so on can be easily afforded.

Housing range: personal estates.

Education range: can easily become a professor unless by choice.

Examples: actors or actresses or musicians or bloggers in rich countries, politicians, major share holders in popular companies, crypto creators, etc.

Conclusion

This article was written based only on a person’s income and/or wealth, and not according to popularity, political status, belonging to a royal family, and so on.

The major factors that can influence a person’s economic class are: country of residence, educational status (in some countries), position in work place, investments, and so on.

According to Wikipedia, the upper class citizens constitute nearly 87% of the whole society’s wealth. Not very questionable as the net worth of the ten richest men in the world is worth over 1 trillion US dollars, much more than most peoples’ spendings, earnings, money accumulated since they were born, money used since they were born, even if they are calculated individually and summed up together.

The middle class citizens constitute nearly 12% of the whole society’s wealth. You would see that the lower class citizens just constitute below 2% of the whole society’s wealth.

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Fastest And Slowest Animals In The Cat Family

Fastest animals in the cat family

1.) Cheetahs

They are the fastest cats and also the fastest land animals in the world. They can attain speeds of 80 to 128 kilometres per hour (49.71 to 79.54 miles per hour). A cheetah can accelerate from 0 miles to 60 miles per hour in just 3 seconds. The cheetah shows several adaptation for prolonged chases at some of the fastest speeds. Its light weight of about 21 to 65 kg (46.30 to 143.30 pounds) is one of the reasons for its great speed. Its light, streamlined body makes it well suited to short, explosive bursts of speed, rapid acceleration, and an ability to execute extreme changes in direction while moving at even its fastest speeds.

Cheetahs

2.) Lions

They live in social groups called prides. They can attain a speed of 81 kilometres per hour (50.33 miles per hour). This speed limit places them on the list of the fastest land animals in the world. They are second fastest cat and sixth fastest land animal in the world.

They are one of the largest cats in the world attaining weights of 150 to 180 kg (330.69 to 396.83 pounds).

Lions

3.) Cougars

They can attain speeds of about 80 kilometres per hour (49.71 miles per hour). They are also known as puma concolor (which is its scientific name), catamounts, panthers and mountain lions. They could jump to heights of 15 feet (4.57 metres).

They are one of the animals popularly referred to by its scientific name, Puma concolor.

Cougars

4.) Jaguars

They can attain speeds of about 80 kilometres per hour (49.71 miles per hour). They possess the greatest bite force amongst cats.

Jaguars

5.) Caracals

They can attain speeds of almost 80 kilometers per hour (49.71 miles per hour). They are portable cats that are very fast for their size.

Caracals

6.) Servals

They can attain speeds of 70 to 80 kilometers per hour (43.5 to 49.71 miles per hour). They are light cats, which are very good hunters.

Servals

7.) Clouded leopards

They can attain a speed of 65 kilometers per hour (40.39 miles per hour). They are secretive cats that are also aboreal animals.

Clouded leopards

8.) Snow leopards

They can attain speeds of 56.4 to 65 kilometers per hour (35.05 to 40.39 miles per hour). They are also known as the ghosts of the mountains because of their hunting and living styles.

Snow leopards

9.) Ocelots

They can attain a speed of about 62 kilometers per hour (38.53 miles per hour). These cats are solitary cats just like many other cats that are also territorial.

Ocelots

10.) Tigers

They can attain speeds of 49 to 65 kilometers per hour (30.45 to 40.39 kilometers per hour). They are the largest extant non hybrid cats in the world.

Tigers

11.) Leopards

They can attain speeds of 56 to 60 kilometers per hour (34.8 to 37.28 miles per hour). These cats are the most distributed cats in the world.

Leopards

12.) Bobcats

They can attain speeds of 40 to 48 kilometers per hour (24.86 to 29.83 miles per hour). They are also known as red lynx.

Bobcats

13.) Sand cats

They can attain speeds of 30 to 40 kilometers per hour (18.64 to 24.86 miles per hour). They are also known as sand dune cats.

Sand cats

Slowest animals in the cat family

1.) Canada lynxes

They can attain a speed of 1.46 kilometers per hour 0.91 miles per hour). They are silent, sneaky animals.

Canada lynxes

2.) Black footed cats

They can attain speeds of 2 to 3 kilometers per hour (1.24 to 1.86 miles per hour). They are also known as small spotted cats. Though small, they are very deadly predators which are fierce in hunting.

Black footed cats

If there is any cat missing out, you can list it in the comments section for addition, writing about all the possible cats that should appear on the list will be extremely hard.

Conclusion

We hope you got all the necessary information you needed by reading this post.

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How To Reduce Battery Drain In SmartPhones

Introduction

Battery technology is one of the least improving popular tech around. It’s true that phones can last longer these days when compared to what they do, but jugding by the flaws that comes with that and how improved other branches of phone tech are, battery tech is literally at almost a standstill. Some of the flaws of batteries is not lasting long. Though it is sometimes a sign of getting old, some phones never even last even when they are new.

Some ways to reduce this are:

1.) Turn on Airplane mode:

In a scenario where you aren’t doing anything with your phone, you can turn on Airplane mode if your phone doesn’t have Ultra power mode. Airplane mode is a much better option than battery saver as I have checked them out to find out that battery saver reduces a lot of abilities for little equivalence of battery saved. Though airplane mode literally halts some important things you can do, if using your media is the only thing you are doing with your phone, airplane mode essentially helps a lot. If your battery gets to the stage where it drains while you are not using it, airplane mode usually negates this, though you can’t receive calls in this mode.

2.) Turn on Ultra power mode:

Ultra power mode doesn’t come with every phone, but for phones that has it, it is a very useful tool. Though apart from receiving calls and messages, it puts your phone at a much worse state than the airplane mode, but the battery saving capacity is insane. Your phone literally stay for days in this mode, while it will only last for few hours in the normal state.

3.) Turn off Data connection:

In most phones, data connection consumes the highest amount of battery. Though this depends on the phone and other competing battery using apps or features in your phone. Data connection behaves in such a way because it works with other battery drainig apps like browsers while it’s on, and it turns on some background functions like autoupdating of apps, receiving online messages, and so on. Turning it off would not only save your battery but your data.

4.) Turn off Location:

Location though necessary to be on, should be turned off when not necessary. Most apps need your phone’s location, and in a scenario where your phone goes missing, it can help recover it, but it drains battery. Though not that significant, it counts.

5.) Turn off Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and Hotspot:

Turn off your bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and hotspot while not in use. They also have some other effects on your phone. Bluetooth causes hanging for low end phones in a massive way and affects other apps alongside the hotspot. Wi-Fi is not a problem if there is no Wi-Fi connection available to connect to, but when there is one, it’s best to turn it off if you don’t want to use it.

Location, data connection, Wi-Fi, and other connectivity features of a smarphone also makes it easier for trackers and crackers to find and influence your activities which isn’t good.

6.) Get a new battery:

If you have the money, it’s best to acquire a new battery from the producer as that’s the best option when your battery gets old.

7.) Avoid usage while charging:

Avoid using your phone while it’s charging as it slows down charging speed, reduces battery life, and causes your phone to hang.

Conclusion

Battery problems are one of the major problems smartphone users face, so finding a way to solve the problems can reduce stress. As your smartphone is one of the closest things to people of this generation; having one that gives you trouble can cause anxiety, stress, anger, and some other not so good reactions in your body.

How To Identity Fake Earning Sites

Introduction

There are lots of fake websites out there seeking for people to scam. Some of them want you to invest without returns, some want you to click ads without being paid, some want to steal your information. Never the less, there are few ways to identify some. Most ways to identify fake earning websites aren’t really effective for those trying to steal your information, but we will talk about that later.

1.) High withdrawal minimum:

When a website has a high withdrawal minimum, especially when they pay very little or drastically reduce the amount you can earn per day, then there’s something suspicious going on.
If the withdrawal minimum of a website is $50 when you can only make 0.1 US dollars per day, it would be difficult to reach the cash out limit, especially when they don’t pay for referral, pay very little for referrals, or limit your ability to refer. It would take 500 days of consistency to reach that amount. The trick is to make you tired of using the platform and withdraw as a user before you get anywhere near that. That way they didn’t scam you because you left. They might pay those that get there, but only because very few would get there, and these payments might come at a price: a very high percentage of jobs to be done, large amount of referrals, or some other things to further reduce the amount of users to request their funds.

2.) Low Earning Potential:

Low earning potential is a matter of the currency being used in your country, but never the less, there are websites that aren’t worth your while no matter the currency conversion rate. Earning less than 0.1 US dollars from a platform per day without any possible means to increase earning is a strategy to wear you out before reaching the withdrawal limit. Even if the withdrawal limit should be very low, it probably means they are extorting your services.

3.) Change Of Terms Of Withdrawal:

If you are given some tasks to complete before withdrawal just for you to reach the withdrawal limit and there’s a change of terms, it probably means they weren’t planning on paying you at all. This strategy is to make you angry and abandon the withdrawal request.

4.) High Amount Of Tasks Before Withdrawal:

Imagining having to refer 30 people, or perform 50 surveys, or use the platform for a year, or share several fake testimonies to several social media platforms, or a combination of them, or do something else a lot before you can withdraw. These strategies might immediately seem easy, but as time goes on, they might seem impossible which will leave you no other option but to abandon the platform.

5.) Too Good To Be True Payments:

Imagine being paid $20 to share a post to a social media platform, or to refer someone without terms, or to answer a single question, or some other things some people would easily do for free. These payments, unless being paid out on some special occasions of their’s like anniversary or something like that is not possible. It can also be a temporary contest, but for a long time payment, don’t waste your time. Though some platforms would use these strategy to bring you on as a user just to see an amount which is equal to that amount divided by a number. Generally, these are tricks to bring new users and waste their time performing task that will earn money for just them.

6.) No Customer Support:

Though some legit websites lack customer support, mostly scam websites use this strategy. With this strategy, you can’t disturb anyone if you aren’t paid.

7.) No Social Media Platform:

Though some fake websites have social media platforms, most don’t.

8.) Bad Reviews:

There are some websites were people get together to review apps and websites like Trustpilot. Sites that get bad reviews in this type of platforms are mostly fake. Though you should read exactly what most people are complaining about, as different people can rate bad for different reasons like payment time, slow speed, bad design, and so on, which doesn’t depict that a site doesn’t pay. Also, sites that offer bounties to review them on these type of websites can avoid these reviews as you would see as many good reviews as bad ones as people would review them for something in return. On the other hand, you can outsmart them by checking the date of the review as this will show how long the review has been there, as fake reviews are mostly deleted after earning the bounty, and those that leave theirs later go back to rate bad if they find out there were fooled.

9.) Deposit Required Before Withdrawal:

There are lots of legit sites that require you to pay before participation, but some are fake, and this is a totally different case from luring you in to tell you to pay before withdrawal.

You would probably be guessing why not make it compulsory to pay before participation, as some bloggers like us will take you to go for it, but this will lead to a very low success rate compared to the other option for some reasons.

— Many people have been scammed and wouldn’t create accounts if they are told to pay.

— If you should find out when you are to withdraw that you need to pay, a large percentage of users would pay to try their luck as they have suffered for it, and the rest that wouldn’t already made some cash for the platform.

To avoid this, check withdrawal terms immediately after creating an account, or read about the platform before creating an account.

10.) Inability To Upgrade With Your Money:

Imagine having 20 dollars in you account and you are told to purchase an upgrade with 10 dollars from an external wallet to withdraw. This is so ridiculous. Why not just take the 10 dollars from your balance or even all of them, then upgrade your account to allow you to withdraw. This simply shows that the money in your account is worth nothing. You should also know that this is a different case if you can withdraw but can’t upgrade with you wallet money. Though you should withdraw much more than the upgrade money before upgrading as this might be a strategy to lure you to upgrade.

Now you will ask yourself why they use these strategies to reduce the amount of people that would request a withdrawal, or expect one. This is simply to reduce the amount of bad reviews they get, which will increase the amount of new followers they can get.

How To Reduce The Chances Of Losing Sensitive Information

1.) Don’t Use Any Platform That’s Not Protected:

The https and green or black locked key in the search menu should be a prerequisite before giving away sensitive information.

2.) Don’t Use Platforms With Bad Reviews:

Read as many reviews as you can before giving away your sensitive information away. Your info can lead to money loss, identity theft, loss of credibility, and so on, so you should avoid them as best as possible.

3.) Don’t Enter Sensitive Information On Websites Without A Large User Base:

Though there are websites that are just starting out, don’t be the example. Websites usually starting out that need sensitive information would have to go through a lot of trusted and licensed agencies to get the fan base they need. Though this makes growing hard, you shouldn’t compensate others with your safety. Also, don’t just trust the numbers they write for you, do your own research.

4.) Use Different Passwords For Different Platforms:

Though this can be very difficult, you can use password managers to handle that. Google also helps in saving your passwords, though changing your phones then brings the problem of remembering them.

Conclusion

Fake websites are now everywhere, making it more difficult for legit ones to get to people. The only choice we got is to not give them the chance to grow. If they start losing more than they waste through these strategies, their numbers would reduce drastically, making surfing the net safer for everyone

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