[rescue] Xenix386 software? (TRS-80 Mod II)
lionel4287 at gmail.com
Wed Jun 26 08:31:22 CDT 2013
Point of reference:
The average HOUSEHOLD income in New Jersey is around $60-65K/yr and NJ is a
fairly high-income state, out of all 50.
An hourly rate of $25-40/hr x 1,800 hours is $45-72K/yr - that you once earned
more doesn't 't make those 'slave' wages.
As an additional data point, half of all Americans are classified as 'poor' or
'low-income', but that is mainly a 'math trick' since such calculations don't
include the cash value to the recipient of all state & federal assistance
programs they participate in... But that is a topic for for another list.
Federal Poverty Levels:
On Jun 23, 2013, at 11:51 PM, microcode at zoho.com wrote:
> Yeah for 25-40 (tops) bucks an hour. People mostly can't afford to work for
> that any more if the jobs are even offered.
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