The middle class may be feeling the squeeze, but the upper-middle class certainly isn’t. The former cohort has shrunk from 61% of households in 1971 to just 52% now, according to the Pew Research Center. The upper-middle class, by contrast, has seen an uptick to 12% of households compared with just 10% almost 40 years ago. This growing, high-earning demographic is also on the move, migrating across state lines potentially for job opportunities, attractive housing markets or lower tax liabilities. Read the article to find out more!