Lower and upper class Americans differ in three different areas, which are possessions, attitude, and also the types of work. Today, the world is divided into 3 different categories: the lower-class, the middle-class, and the upper-class. Despite that the majority of the world is poor each category has advantages over the other, but I’m only going to talk about two of them; the lower-class and the upper-class.
To begin with, one of the many differences that these two categories have is that the upper-class Americans live a more stable and suitable life. Meanwhile, the poor do not have the ability to live a stable nor glamorous life. The upper-class has possession of two to three cars, a house, and many other things they want or need because they have the money for it. While the lower class may not have possession of a car, a house, or any other thing most lower-class Americans do not own it. Most of the things the lower-class has are rented; they may bit even have a car in which the only transportation they do have is either their own two feet, a bicycle, or even riding a bus. Therefore, the upper-class has an advantage.
Another thing that makes them different is their attitudes. The upper-class Americans are known to be more snobs because they think that they are better. The lower-class Americans are more generous with what is given to them or appreciate it more than the upper-class. Now, that does not apply for all lower and upper-class Americans, some lower-class Americans can be grouchy and mean because they may not have anything they want or need, and the upper-class Americans can be very polite and generous because they have worked hard for the stuff they own.
Lower-class Americans have hardworking, back breaking, struggling jobs which are also another thing that makes them different from the upper-class. While the lower-class are breaking their backs, working outside, lifting and carrying heavy stuff; the upper-class are inside a nice, cold office...