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Where you live can impact income mobility

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A nationwide study found one’s ability to earn more over time is much lower in some parts of the country than others. It’s a slow climb to attain the American Dream in cities like Atlanta, Charlotte and Columbus, but in other areas such as New York, Boston and large parts of California, moving up is a faster process. NBC’s Mike Taibbi reports.