DGFarragut Wrote:
Dec 07, 2012 9:42 AM
Maybe if you had some talent, some skill, or some intelligence you would make more, but lacking these attributes you are of little value to any employer, other than fulfilling the most menial of tasks. Do not fret, however, because according to a recent university study, when public benefits are counted in (food stamps, earned income credits, free lunch, etc), a single mother of two earning $29,000 a year has more disposable income than one earning $57,000. Go figure.