Status–income disequilibrium  

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Status–income disequilibrium (sometimes abbreviated SID) is a political term frequently used to describe a desirable high status job with (relatively) low income. It is a variation on the sociological term status inconsistency. The phrase was coined by the New York Times columnist David Brooks in his book Bobos in Paradise.

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