31 Mar '13, 3pm

Fastest Growing Jobs In America Pay Less Than $10 pr hr, INCLUDING THIS 1 #p2 #p2b #ctl #uniteblue #tcot #nerdland

We all know what needs to be done. These workers need a living wage from the social safety, net, then what ever is affordable would be paid by their employers, and their own health care needs covered by a single payer government system. When people can finally get their minds around the fact that this money need not come from taxes.The day is coming when more and more jobs will be taken over by robots and other techno stuff, leaving us with lots of free time to devote to our own lives and volunteer work and any other jobs that still need real people. So a way of getting money into the hands of ordinary folks must be developed since we will be the new stewards of the money supply, rather than the banks.Learning to budget and not waste any of our planetary resources will make this possible. Those who can do nothing but fight the same old battles over and over again are a poi...

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