More Than 78% Of American Workers Are Living Paycheck To Paycheck
Zerohedge reports that more than three-quarters of workers (78 percent) are living paycheck-to-paycheck to make ends meet — up from 75 percent last year and a trait more common in women than men — 81 vs. 75 percent, according to new CareerBuilder research. Thirty-eight percent of employees said they sometimes live paycheck-to-paycheck, 17 percent said they usually do and 23 percent said they always do.
If you are living paycheck to paycheck, you want to avoid the Mortgage Segment the field services industry. The Mortgage Segment is the home of 99.5% of all of the slow-pay and no-pay problems in the industry. I talked this week to a Texas inspector who is owed $700 by a Virginia Mortgage Order Mill (MOMs). He depends on that income to pay his bills. The Mortgage Segment is the home of the fraud, greed and corruption in the industry.
“Yeah … I worked for a Mortgage Order Mill. I paid $1,265 upfront for a backgound check and insurance. It took 60 days to get the first check. Then they paid me whenever they felt like it. Then there were no payments. Then
they stopped answering emailsand phone calls while they keep sending me work. I quit and they never send a final