Running Head: EFFECTS OF INCOME IN LIFE EXPECTANCY
Effects of Income in Life Expectancy
EFFECTS OF INCOME IN LIFE EXPECTANCY
This paper focuses on the analysis of the life expectancy across genders. The income data
is sourced from the US population data income. The data on the death rates were obtained from
the Social Security Administration death records. The sourced data shows distinct information of
the levels of income of different people in the US. The regression analysis is aimed at
determining whether the level of income correlate with a life expectancy of both men and
women in the society. In addition, the regression will demonstrate the effect of the level of
income on the life expectancy of an individual. Consequently, results of the regression analysis
will provide an insight to the relevant institution as well as the people in the community on the
effect of level of income, as an independent variable to the depend on the value of the life
expectancy. This paper will also show the distinct life expectancy based on the level of income
across the genders. Finally, the paper will discuss the mortality rates in America in relation to the
level of income of different working class.
The samples taken from the data of the US population income produced several results.
The people who earned a high income showed a significant increase in a number of years they
were able to live, irrespective of the gender (P. U. C.-N. H. D. A. H.-I, 2013). The earned income
enabled them to access medical assistance in c...