Upward economic mobility
Socioeconomic mobility can be defined as the movement of people from one class to
another either upwards or downwards. The factors that contribute to such progress include
innovation, increase in income, changes in job, taxes, inheritance, health conditions, attending
college and marriage among others. Upward economic mobility is desired the most by almost all
the members of the society. However, it is difficult to attain as the cost of living, lack of
employment opportunities and taxes among others are always on the increase. A variety of
activity exists which can be adopted by people that desire to achieve upward economic mobility.
Such actions will help in overcoming the difficulties that hinder upward economic mobility.
Personally, my goal is to become an orthodontist after college. The discussion below explores
some of the actions I am undertaking to achieve such a goal contributing to my upward economic
One of the actions that I am undertaking to facilitate upward economic mobility as an
orthodontist is searching for internships and volunteer opportunities. Internships and volunteer