Not sure low-skilled is the best, most accurate, term here for the people who not only make our companies work but also manage their lives in economic disparity I’d have a difficult time coping with. Doing both is highly skilled.
Being progressive means understanding how highly skilled an individual needs to be in lower-income circumstances.
As for how to help: let’s limit the maximum resources one person can have or pass on. Let’s reverse feudalism by truly paying people for their contributions, not with the gap in pay now between the doers and the executives. Let’s make productivity gains create the utopia we were promised for the strivers, not just for the 1%, by broadly distributing them.