graphic of down arrow and stick figure family Households among the bottom 20 percent sawtheir average annual income drop 2.2 percent. (Photo:Shutterstock)

(Bloomberg) — Most households spent more last year amid largerpaychecks. But one cohort was left behind.

Households among the bottom 20 percent sawtheir average annual income drop 2.2 percent to $11,335 in the 12months ending June 2018 from a year prior, according to data fromthe Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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