In the JW world..... judging others by sisters whose husbands brought home good incomes, was and probably still is...... rampant. It's part of a nasty pecking order. Money counts as does theocratic prestige. Having gotten a better education made some feel superior. But of course they didn't promote getting a better education to the rank and file.
I thought it was funny as hell that the Society, five or more years ago, sent a letter to their christian congregations, for volunteers to join the Bethel and Warwick volunteer service on a temporary basis.......IF they had a college education! Oh my....really!
Another problem that was prominent back in the day......... late 1950's early 1960's was integration. The Society preferred Jim Crow not integration........... nor did Civil rights ever enter into the discussion.
In the North the black brothers were not offered congregational positions........ If the congregation was half white. There were exceptions of course. For one reason or another they were never seriously considered. As to Bethel, white on white served and led....... It took 130 years to add one black brother to the governing body.
By the way racism was a part of the forming of the WTBTS. At one point in NY City they only allowed the black friends to sit in the Baloney for a presentation.
Somehow or other Jesus's ministry was replaced by the WTBTS's corporate attitude of 'don't rock the boat....let's keep the money flowing.
All and all this is a really sad and nasty religion.