I'm looking for a word or an idiom which describes someone who underestimates people's problems because he/she has got a better position or much more money in his/her life.
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You could say perhaps: that person is blasé.
1. Uninterested because of frequent exposure or indulgence.
2. Unconcerned; nonchalant: had a blasé attitude about housecleaning.
3. Very sophisticated.
Such a haughty person showing scornful attitude towards others and considers other's problem(s) as derisory problem(s) can be qualified with following adjectives: disdainful, Swaggering, and sniffy.
According to Merriam-Webster
full of or expressing contempt for someone or something regarded as unworthy or inferior.
"The railway people were disdainful of their customers."
According to vocabulary.com the word swaggering is defined as:
having or showing arrogant superiority to and disdain of those one views as unworthy
"But when circumstances force her to return to her “shabby” family’s West Yorkshire estate to help get their financial house in order, her entrepreneurial knowledge and swaggering confidence shock the locals."
sniffy (adjective) according to Merriam-Webster
having or expressing a haughty attitude.
"Britain has always had a sniffy attitude towards craftsmen."