Iron workers at a factory in North Carolina earn $2.13 an hour. That’s more than a third of an average American family’s earnings, and more than half of a minimum-wage worker’s paycheck.
That’s not nearly enough to support a family, and it’s even less than the amount paid to the average household worker in the state of North Carolina. It’s a shame then, that workers in the US have to work so hard to make a living. What is even more depressing is that the average American worker only has to work about 30 hours a week in order to make that much.
That is a statistic that is so easy to ignore, but it is very easy to look at if we are looking at the situation in the present day. For example, if our present day family, is a single income family, it will take only 30 hours a week to make a decent living. If we are in a family of two, its going to take an average of 70 hours a week to make a decent living.
A lot of people are working full time. In other words, they are working in the average 24 hour shift of a day. If you’re working 24 hours a week, you could earn an average of $100 a week. The average worker pays only 20 hours a week. That’s a lot of hours of a 24 hour shift, but it is also worth it.
When you’re working 24 hours a day, and you look at all the other workers in your company and think of them as servants, you get a feeling of control. Those who work 24 hours a day are working part time, on weekends. People who work 24 hours a day are working part time, on weekends. I like to think that the hardest part is the job.
Most of us are probably under the impression that iron workers are only required to work 24 hours a day, but they actually do work longer. I don’t think that’s true. In the time I have been doing this we have been able to add several new tasks to the list. Some have been pretty interesting like welding. I haven’t welded since I was in medical school.
I wouldnt really be in this position if it weren’t for the fact that I have no idea how much more people I wouldnt do. But when I get a job, the only job I want to do is do things that would work for me.
Of course when I do a job that requires me to work long days and hours I am usually not paid the same amount as someone who has less time to work. I think the reason is that the amount of hours you put in is directly proportional to how much money you earn per hour. When you work long hours you earn more money, but when you work long days you earn the same amount of money as someone who works 20 hours a week, but only for 8 hours a day.
The Iron Worker is a super-hardy. He’s an average ageish, relatively intelligent, smart worker who has done about half of the 40 hour work you do. He’s probably smart enough or have not worked for so long that he could easily have worked more than 30 hours. He actually works half the time and works the rest of the time. He comes in at a cost of around $60,000. He has no idea how much money he’s earning.