- r spatially or metaphorically from a lower to a higher position
- An upwardly mobile member of New York's largest Mafia family, run by Giuseppe ("Joe the Boss") Masseria, Luciano grew impatient at the Castellammarese war in the late 1920s, a long .
- Jack is more restless--a not very successful rodeo rider when the spirit moves him but also a man for other, upwardly mobile opportunities.
- Two other groups tended to move more often into upwardly mobile neighborhoods as well: 40-to-60-year-old Hispanics without a high-school degree, and similarly uneducated Hispanics .
News & Articles
- Weekly Jobless Claims Fall More Than Expected
New claims for unemployment benefits fell to 346,000 last week from an upwardly-revised 357,000 the week prior. Claims were expected to fall to 345,000 from an initially-reported 354,000. Wall Street Poised to Rebound | Job Cuts Fall 4.5% in May | ECB, BoE Hold Rates Steady | Smucker 4Q Net Jumps 25%
June 6, 2013 - FOX Business
- Australia Trade Surplus A$28 Million In April
Australia's merchandise trade surplus came in at a seasonally adjusted A$28 million in April, plummeting 95 percent on month, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said on Thursday. The headline figure was well shy of forecasts for a surplus of A$180 million following the upwardly revised A$555 million surplus in March (originally A$307 million).
June 6, 2013 - RTT News
- David James in The Guardian
You could say that I'm flattered by a team of Tottenham's stature and that it would be good for my England chances to join an upwardly mobile club,James told the Sunday Telegraph. "It doesn't surprise me that Harry has been such a success...
- Jaipal Reddy in Times of India
Upwardly mobile classes are crazy about cars. Car is a status symbol in the country and this state of car mania can be done away with only in a subliminal way and not by the government,Reddy said, arguing that policies were needed to wean...
- Mbhazima Shilowa in Africasia
All parties would be invited to the faction's convention next month to launch the new party, Mbhazima said, which "would target young, upwardly mobile professionals but at the same time focus on the poor and the working class."