Friday, June 3, 2016

Payday loans: American workers can now owe their souls to the company store

A classic American song that originated in 1946, but was made famous by Tennessee Ernie Ford nine years later, speaks on American workers in the mining industry who were forced to use their wages in the mining company’s store, leaving them eternally in debt and eternally slaves to their jobs.  And while this song’s origins come from a real time in America’s history, as usual that same history is coming back today in a whole new rhyme.
That is because due to the decline in overall wages since the late 1970’s, more American workers are being forced to borrow from ‘payday’ lenders just to make it from check to check.  And rather than see their employees borrow money from a third party agency, companies are now giving workers their own version of ‘payday’ loans at a modicum interest of only 6-18%.
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