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Ivy League professor says her students think most Americans earn six figures

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PHILADELPHIA - A professor at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania — regarded as one of the most prestigious business schools in the nation — asked her students how much they believed the average U.S.

worker earned per year.Their answers were laughable to say the least. "25% of them thought it was over six figures. One of them thought it was $800k.

Really not sure what to make of this," wrote Nina Strohminger, a professor of legal studies and business ethics on Twitter.Her tweet quickly went viral causing many to roast her students.

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