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Tool_maker
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Re: Those surveys are DEPRESSING, BIG TIME.
Tool_maker   8/29/2013 8:43:39 AM
  I think you are correctin that assesment, but would add many more job titles. Tops on the list is politicians and the majority of their respective staffs. Next is stock traders and various other money managers. The last I will touch on, I am not sure of their titles, but those that are able to take a perfectly functional text book and add enough pictures, glossy paper, fancy covers and other fro fro to jack the price up over $100 each.

  Also let us not forget members of government bureaucracies for whom their sole job seems to be perpetuating the government bureaucracy. That includes many nonfunctional layers in various schools and school districts.

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Re: Those surveys are DEPRESSING, BIG TIME.
Cabe Atwell   10/23/2013 6:13:52 PM
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Like those currently striking in the fast-food market, how can an engineer live on $65K a year? 

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