[Homestead] The Usury Business, How To Avoid Going To Jail

Lisa Perry lkvp at floydva.net
Thu Sep 2 13:30:29 EDT 2004

Don Bowen wrote:

> The San Diego economy appears to be growing great guns until you look 
> at the types of new jobs produced.  They are in the service sector, 
> the average new San Diego job pays about $14,000 less than the average 
> job lost.

The August issue of The Hightower Lowdown (hightowerlowdown.org - $15 
annually or $12 for seniors/students) has the  numbers and statistics of 
the Bush presidency in areas including Education, Environment, Civil 
Liberties, Jobs, The Economy, Wages, Health Care, Social Security, The 
War and Taxes.  This statistic source is the Bureau of Labor 
Statistics:  Number of states shifting from higher-paying to 
lower-paying jobs since November 2001:  48  (exceptions are NE and NV)  
Under this stat is says the following:  Nationwide, the fastest-growing 
job-creating industries---food & customer service, nursing, sales, 
computer support, security guard---pay 21% less annually than the 
fastest-growing jobs of a few years ago.


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