Inequality in the distribution of occupational income

In the great majority of the Latin American countries analysed in this chapter, there are great disparities in the distribution of income from work. One exception is Costa Rica, where distribution is more egalitarian. High degrees of inequality are found in countries with different levels of average occupational income, a fact that supports the view that higher incomes are not necessarily conducive to more equitable distribution.

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