The rich certainly have more money than the poor (that is, after all, what makes them rich). You can either moan and groan about that fact, or you can do something to make yourself rich. (Hint, HR is not the way into multi-million dollar salaries. Sure Sr. VPs of HR at large companies make $200,000-$400,000 plus stock and bonuses, but I would be shocked if you're ever promoted into the president's job.)
Here is some of his advice:
• You do not get to it by studying African feminism in the 19th century, whether or not you are at an Ivy League college. You do not get to it by studying Bulgarian poetry. You do not get to it by any field of endeavor or study that is esoteric and has no connection with helping other people either become healthy or make money.
• You are always better off working in a field where torrents of money are sloshing through and you can grab a handful as it goes by. That means Wall Street. Finance is the ultimate great business.
Go read the whole thing.