Middle class redefined
Setting money aside was supposed to be the key to middle-class retirement. But low interest rates mean that savings aren't generating cash like they were expected to. Updated Aug. 27, 2012
Those touched by the Great Recession adjust to a life where wages don't always go up and change never ends.
Mikki Morrissette returned to Minneapolis from New York to raise her daughter. She had her son five years later.
Alyssa Kjellberg hoped to land a spot as a park ranger or a similar job but has found mostly seasonal work.
Kate Madonna Hindes hugged her daughter Ava as she said goodbye the mo...
Sheridan Zuther ushered in theater goers as they arrived at The Lab Th...
Tumbling wages have taken a toll on the middle class. We talked with several Minnesotans who have had to reassess their careers.