How is a working class suburb different from a wealthy class suburb?

The train station car park of a working class suburb is always full on a weekday until maybe 4:30pm where you may get a few spots here and there. But the train station car park of certain wealthy class suburbs are only half full throughout any working week day!

Every time I need to take a train to the city in the late morning or early afternoon, I'll drive from my Zone Two suburb to a Zone One train station in a wealthy class suburb because the Zone Two train station car park in the working suburb that I live in is full as early as 7am (this time is getting earlier by the year)! 

And every time I took a train in that Zone One wealthy class suburb, I would be reminded of the Rich Dad Poor Dad book by Robert Kiyosaki. The rich don't work for money. And that's why their train station car parks are never full!

A leafy suburb is a wealthy class suburb.

A leafy suburb is a wealthy class suburb.

Train station car park in a leafy suburb on a working week day!

Train station car park in a leafy suburb on a working week day!

Train station car park of a working class suburb - always full, without fail!

Train station car park of a working class suburb - always full, without fail!

This photo is taken from the article entitled   Latest problem on train network - car parks   published by the The Age on May 27, 2008.

This photo is taken from the article entitled Latest problem on train network - car parks published by the The Age on May 27, 2008.