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A new report by Yahoo Finance, using Occupational Employment Statistics from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), shows the lowest-paying jobs in all 50 states pay an annual wage between $18,000 and $26,000 per year.
Most of these low-paying jobs were in the restaurant industry. The report discovered the most common low-paying jobs were cooking, prepping, and serving food. On a geographical basis, the lowest paying jobs were situated in the Rust Belt, Deep South, and Midwest.
Ticket - Takers - Ushers - Lobby - Attendants
Ticket takers, ushers, and lobby attendants were the second-most common low-paying jobs across the country.
"Jobs are low-paying for one of two reasons," David Neumark, professor of economics at the University of California, Irvine told Yahoo Finance. "There's a lot of supply and not much demand. And they're very low-skilled. I mean, how much skill does it take to collect movies at the movie theater, right?"
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Yahoo Finance points out that workers in the restaurant industry from Alabama...
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