Thread: Hays and Erford (2014), in describing the U. Class Structure (p. 165, chapter 7), mention these: upper, upper middle, lower middle, working,…

Thread: Hays and Erford (2014), in describing the U.S. Class Structure (p. 165, chapter 7), mention these: upper, upper middle, lower middle, working, and lower. Narrow this to upper, middle, working, and lower. While considering concomitant issues related to classism, discuss the unique counseling challenges associated with each group. Support your assertions..button {background-color: #4CAF50;border: none;color: white;padding: 10px 20px;text-align: center;text-decoration: none;display: inline-block;font-size: 16px;margin: 4px 2px;cursor: pointer;border-radius: 10px;}  “Is this question part of your assignment? We Can Help!”

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