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That is because a politician has never had to live Paycheck to Paycheck or have ever been 30 days away from financial insolvency. Kids in inner cities around America would LOVE to have the opportunity to work ANYWHERE. We need leadership that is in touch with the needs of American people and NOT jut their own needs, like getting re-elected.
so theres 13 million low paying jobs out of that first 6 common jobs.not counting nurses....well thats 13 million put into that 50 million in poverty..but surely theres more jobs out there that are not as comon but still low paying...i was thinking there would be more...so in stat forms...5 of the 6 most common jobs in america are bad paying. or low paying....thats prettty bad like a F- in my books..
and 25,000 a year for retail workers? yeah right..where in california? and for the top of the line storeS? 20,000 for cashiers? good one.. msn..good one...not at wal mart for these ones lol...maybe for above average stores but not for the slave empire companys.....heck how can they even get a average of 20-25,000 for these jobs? most of them are PART TIME....cut that in half and then some if its part time...next they'll say wal mart's full time worker makes 20,000...yeah and most of them are part time maybe if you are that one lucky full time person....
If Obama wasn't President I would be a rocket scientist living in a mansion.
Pretty sure of it!!
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