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National Debt Relief Gears Up to Help as the Bureau of Labor and Statistics Show Alarming Reports About Low Income Jobs

April 16, 2013

National Debt Relief recognizes the financial difficulties of America´s most common worker and is gearing up to provide the best service to help them out of any debt troubles.

New York, NY (PRWEB) April 16, 2013

The Bureau of Labor Statistics released a report that the country´s most common job is only making $25,300 every year. This is way below the national average salary of $45,700. Based on the average cost of living in the country, this salary is not enough to pay for the needs of a family with three children – much less pay off any debt that they may have.

According to this report, more than 4.3 million Americans are employed in the retail industry as salespeople. The average salary of this workforce poses a picture of how most Americans are living their lives – surviving from paycheck to paycheck and living less than standard lifestyles.

The report also show that the second most popular job, also in the retail industry is actually far worse. The 3.3 million cashiers only earn $20,300 a year. That means more than 7.6 million are living with below average salaries. In fact, the US Debt Clock states that more than 50 million Americans are currently living in poverty.

The National Employment Law Project stated that three-fifths of the jobs being offered are usually low-wage positions. This is the answer of most companies after the economic crisis a few years back. To be able to employ more people, lower salaries must be enforced.

This meant that a huge chunk of individuals are forced to live below their means and are struggling to pay off expenses and credits that can no longer be covered by their new wages.

Given these statistics, National Debt Relief is more determined than ever to provide quality service and above expectation results for clients who come to them for debt help. Known for adhering to all the rules under the Telemarketing Sales Rule (TSR), they provide free initial consultations, does not charge upfront fees, does not promise more than they can deliver and charges reasonable and affordable service fees. The leading debt relief company offers assistance through a debt settlement program that aims to reduce the client´s current credit balance.

The company is intent on reaching out to debtors by increasing the market awareness for their services. They are currently increasing not just awareness for their own services but also a general publication of articles that will prove to be helpful to those who know nothing about getting and staying out of debt. It is their goal to make sure that people looking for help will know their options and how the company can help them, should they choose to enlist their help.

Aptly accredited by the Better Business Bureau or BBB, National Debt Relief is a legitimate company that specializes in unsecured debt. The company is also a member of the AFCC (American Fair Credit Council). Through the years, they had helped thousands of debt ridden Americans and small business owners find debt relief through debt settlement.

To know more about their services, visit the National Debt Relief website or call 888-703-4948 to talk to IAPDA accredited debt experts.

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