$18,000 - $22,000. Dare to dream.

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Somebody will come on here and say that "It's better than no job at all". LOL I was making 25 grand a year some 20 years ago without a college degree. This is exactly what the powerful want. They are slowly going to move in the direction of low wages for skilled work in the same vein as other countries. They will quit outsourcing jobs as soon as Americans are willing to work under the same conditions as the Chinese. That reporter really seemed excited about the wage scale too. Wow.

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