Nov 26 2017

Largest employer in each U.S. state:  In 22 states Walmart is the largest employer.

With the holiday season comes the usual mindless shopping and stampedes of people looking for that blowout sale.  If you have any doubt about how far we have slid into a low wage nation just look at the largest employer data for each state.  Walmart is the largest employer in 22 states.  Instead of the […]

Mar 6 2017

Top 10 Largest Occupations in the United States Dominated by Jobs that pay $20k to $30k a Year.

The American economy has slowly compressed the middle class into a minority group.  When the manufacturing sector slowly eroded away, waiting in the wings to replace those higher paying jobs was low wage service sector employment.  Now as it turns out the top 10 largest occupations in the United States are occupied by low wage […]

Sep 3 2016

Americans now spend more on drinking and eating establishments than they do at grocery stores. Over 17 million kids went to college to be waiters or flight attendants.

There are many reasons why so many people now work in the low wage sectors of America.  As it turns out, the eating habits of Americans have changed dramatically.  Only in the last couple of years have Americans spent more on eating out than they do on actual groceries.  Too bad the median annual pay […]

Feb 12 2016

Importing lower wages as 75% of Silicon Valley’s tech workers are foreign-born: How tech manipulates the H-1B visa program for cheap labor.

We tend to believe that the tech industry operates in a very progressive atmosphere as far as how they vote.  This might be the case for workers but for owners, they are ultra-bottom line and this is seen in the way they hire lower wage workers.  We tend to get things mixed up in regards […]

Feb 7 2016

Low wage recovery highlighted by 7 out of 10 jobs added in January coming from minimum wage waiters and temporary retail workers.

The unemployment rate fell below the 5 percent mark for the first time since the Great Recession wrecked havoc on the economy.  This is good news right?  Well the stock market didn’t think so for a couple of reasons.  First, this adds more fuel to pushing interest rates higher (a big expense on the $19 […]

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