Kindly assist with the following assignment
Socioeconomic status (SES) is generally defined as being a combination of a person’s or family’s income, education, and occupational/societal status. Those three things often go together, but not always. For example, some people have graduate degrees but are unemployed, while other people—think pro athletes—may have little education, yet get a lot of money and prestige. Still, there’s usually a fairly strong correlation between income, education, and status.
It turns out that in the United States, SES is one of the biggest predictors of children’s health—the higher the SES, the better the physical health. Your job for this question is to describe at least four separate reasons for this linkage. You aren’t required to specifically mention Bronfenbrenner’s theory in your answer, but you do need to provide answers that address at least 3 levels of his model.