The Worst Paying US Jobs: Article Analysis

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Articles Reviews: Economics; The worst Paying US Jobs
Glassman, Mark and Dorothy Gambrell. "The Worst Paying U.S. Jobs Are on the East and West Coasts." Businessweek.com, 2013.Web. 28 Oct 2013. .

In their article published on October 11, 2013, Glassman and Dorothy present information about jobs that pay the lowest in the United States. They locate that the ten worst paid for jobs, are specifically on the East Coast and South Coast except for the cases of dishwashers in Las Vegas as well as attendants of counters in Lewiston. In a descending order, the highest paid of the worst ten are ushers and ticket-takers in Atlantic City, $20, 320 in a year, followed by amusement and recreation attendants in Orlando, $20, 020, dinning room attendants in Napa, $19, 690, hosts and hosteses in Myrtle Beach, $19, 570, counter attendants Lewiston, $19, 430, farm workers Salina, $18, 990, dishwashers in Las Vegas, $18, 930, fast food cooks in Yuba City, $18, 780, food
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