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What is the highest earning major in the US?

How much is the average starting salary of a graduate having the Bachelor’s degree across the US in 2013? It may very by the states or cities where you are.  82 more words


Dan Collins: Ghost Cities in China Disappearing

Financial/Societal Collapse And Dependence

motherbarbarian reblogged this on Revolt of the Barbarians and commented:

Very informative radio interview with Dan Collins, an American who has lived and worked in China for 15 years. Great overview of current world economics. From the show: Until we get our manufacturing jobs back, we are not going to have a real ecomony. You have to be able to produce some good-sized portion of what you consume. Right now, we just consume, consume, consume, all based off of printed money and we have no real economy. Per capita, China is leading the United States in online purchases. Inflation is worse in China now than in the U.S., which is why the gov has engineered a slow down of the economy. China has owned Africa for 10 years now.

The Manufacturing Industry: Jobs and Job Outlooks

There is a love hate relationship that everyone will deal with at least once in their life. It may be as small as a chore around the house, or it could be raising children, or even running a large company. 402 more words


Destructive Innovation is Outpacing Creative Innovation

Mort Zuckerman, Editor-in-chief at US News and World Report, suggests that we are losing manufacturing jobs, not because competing economies are stealing them, but because we are not growing the workforce to fill the job openings that we have. 28 more words

Economic Development

Screven County gets 1st manufacturing plant in 4 decades

SYLVANIA, Ga (WJCL) – Shovels in hand, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal and local officials broke ground Monday on something Screven County hasn’t seen in four decades, a new manufacturing plant. 337 more words


(What's Left of) Our Economy: June Data Show Good Manufacturing Jobs Gains and Ongoing Problems

I’ve always considered the U.S. manufacturing output figures to be much more important than the manufacturing jobs figures, since it’s impossible to boost industrial employment without more industrial output. 558 more words