While we hope that the attached Bloomberg chart showing the best paying jobs for people without a high-school diploma will be of no use to our readers (for the simple reason that we assume Zero Hedge readers are well-educated in anything but conventional economics – that subset will likely be found at the end of a Krugman column), as more and more Americans finds themselves questioning not only the utility of a university education (and especially the associated loans) but the educational system in general, the reality is that there are many well-paying jobs available regardless of one’s educational level, most of which pay above the median US income. Some notable omissions – any position on Wall Street. Some notable inclusions – tapers. Maybe this is why the Fed never wants to mention the “trimming the pace of asset purchases” by its true name.
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