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/ Source: NBC News
By Seth Freed Wessler
This aerial photograph shows a portion of Levittown, N.Y., in 1948 shortly after the mass-produced suburb was completed on Long Island farmland just 25 miles east of Manhattan.Levittown Public Library via AP

America’s recent economic upheaval has shown us that middle income jobs are disappearing; that those at the top are getting wealthier and the majority of Americans are struggling in an insecure economy. Yet most Americans still say they're middle class. As class categories shift, how do we see ourselves?

Take THIS QUIZ and tell us how you would rank your social class, and find out how other Americans rank themselves. Learn why class in America is about a lot more than just how much money we make.