Most Sought Entry Level Jobs With or Without Degree in 2023, Practical Insights Useful as Home Affordability Slips Away for Millions; plus MHVille Markets


According to a new 9.28.2023 markets trend report by real estate data firm ATTOM Data: “Amid the continued rebound in the U.S. housing market, annual price appreciation has outpaced weekly annualized wage changes from the third quarter of last year to the third quarter of this year in 272 of the 578 counties analyzed in the report (47 percent).” More pull quotes from the same source: “Home ownership keeps getting tougher for buyers as average 30-year home-mortgage rates in the U.S. have risen above 7 percent, from under 3 percent in 2021, and home prices have increased again in the third quarter of this year. ” “Compared to historical levels, median home prices in 574 of the 578 counties analyzed in the third quarter of 2023 are less affordable than in the past.” “Meanwhile, major home-ownership expenses on typical homes are considered unaffordable to average local wage earners during the third quarter of 2023 in 457, or more than three-quarters, of the 578 counties in the report, based on the 28 percent guideline.” Investopedia said (emphasis added on first bold text) on 8.21.2023 that “according to mortgage data company HSH, which estimated that as of the second quarter, a household would need to make $105,324 to afford a typical home. As of 2021, the median household income was only $70,784 according to the Census Bureau.” Those pull quotes help frame the data from Visual Capitalist (VC) in Part I of today’s report which features the most sought-after starting career positions. That research VC provided below is based upon information obtained from Indeed. Such factoids and research claims may prove useful to manufactured housing professionals in several ways, which include better understanding recruiting dynamics as well as for possible target marketing and advocacy purposes.

Part II provides additional information with more MHProNews analysis and commentary in brief.

Part III is our Daily Business News on MHProNews major market visual snapshots which features over two dozen publicly traded firms involved in the manufactured home industry. Part III also has our left (CNN Business) right (Newsmax) headlines recap which sheds light on ‘market moving’ events. Notice: there may be reasons why more pros in 2023.

According to VC and Indeed, 65 percent of U.S. adults don’t have a four-year undergraduate college degree. Some 70 million of those individuals without a four-year college degree obtained skills through “alternative routes” of training and education.

Part I

Indeed is one of the largest job sites of its kind in the U.S. That means they are well suited for conducting such research. The most sought-after jobs paying over $40,000 a year per the Indeed job site research as shown by Visual Capitalist (VC) in recent report on their site and others such as ZeroHedge.




Notice that per Indeed’s analysis of entry level job postings listed on its platform that offered a starting salary of over $40,000, the most “highly sought-after roles across the U.S.” without a college degree are as follows. Note too that per Indeed and VC, some 65 percent of U.S. adults don’t have a four-year undergraduate degree. Some 70 million people were skilled “through alternative routes” that did not involve a traditional college degree.



Zero Hedge noted the following about the second category above.

QuoteMarksLeftSideOne example of this job is that of an Inventory Manager. The demand for skilled inventory managers in warehouses and companies post-pandemic has doubled the position’s job share in a year.

One of the highest paying non-degree jobs in this list—Auto Body Technician—can fetch highly-skilled entry-level workers a salary of $82,000 per year.”

MHProNews asked Bing’s AI Chat function the following:

> “What U.S. governors in the 21st century don’t or didn’t have a college degree?”

BingsAIchatAnswerImage-MHProNewsAccording to Ballotpedia, as of April 2023, there are seven current U.S. governors and state executives who do not have a higher education degree: Gov. Mike Parson (R-Mo.), Gov. Greg Gianforte (R-Mt.), Lt. Gov. Billy Nungesser (R-La.), Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe (R-Mo.), Lt. Gov. Larry Rhoden (R-S.D.), Lt. Gov. Craig Blair (R-W.Va.), and Sec. of State Monae Johnson (R-S.D.) 1.

As an example of the weakness – or lack of perfection in Bing’s AI chat – note that the list didn’t include former Governor Scott Walker (WI-R). Walker for a time was deemed by some to have presidential qualities, and has since gone on to lead, per Up North News: “the Young America’s Foundation, a conservative group that, according to its website, “trains the next generation of America’s freedom fighters.”” As MHProNews noted early on it is use of Bing’s AI chat function, there are some apparent errors, and possible signs of manipulation of information, per third party research and our own test results. That said, it is an emerging technology, and though we are not fans of Microsoft or William
“Bill” Gates III, there are reasons to apply the principle of separating the wheat from the chaff with Bing AI chat too.

Part II – Additional Information with More MHProNews Analysis and Commentary in Brief

Almost any topic in manufactured housing could – and should – be viewed through the lens of employees. MHProNews periodically raises that perspective, as is exemplified by reports like those that follow. Note that some of the firms named in the report below are among those involved in that big class action lawsuit. See more on that further below.  Both of the following reports ranked highly on our site during the month they were first published and for some time thereafter as well.



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That said, Abinav cited the U.S. Department of Labor for the following remarks: “…when we speak of the average salary in US per month for 2023 it depends on multiple factors of professions, age, educational credentials, industry type as well as geographical places. As per recent data by the Bureau of Labour and Statistics, the average salary in the US per month is $6,228 or $74,738 per year.”

That income in 2021 – which began while Trump was still in office and before “Bidenomics” fully kicked in – was sufficient for someone or a household to buy the typical house that year, per the data cited above by Investopedia and HSH.  But as October 2023 looms, that pay is no longer sufficient to buy an existing conventional housing unit in much of the U.S.


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As millions of often low-skilled illegal immigrants have flooded into the U.S. under Biden regime border policies, the law of supply and demand means those newcomers are putting additional pressure on wages – downward.

The late Senator Diana Feinstein (CA-D), early in her Senate career, reportedly noted how illegal immigration harmed working- and middle-class Americans. The shift in her party’s policies toward de facto favoring open borders is a reminder of just how far politics have swung to the left among Democratic leaders. Note that self-declared Democratic Socialist and former Democratic presidential nominee hopefully, Bernie Sanders, has also reportedly flip-flopped on the harm caused to U.S. employees by illegal migrants.


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For a range of reasons, put simply, the American Dream of homeownership is slipping away for millions. That’s obviously a problem for America. It is, however, a possible opportunity in disguise for those who learn to spot opportunities that may arise from troubling situations.



MHProNews asked Bing’s AI chat function the following question:

> “How much income is needed to support a $225,000 mortgage today?”

BingsAIchatAnswerImage-MHProNews“To support a mortgage of $225,000 today, you would need to earn $48,760 per year before tax 1This is based on a mortgage payment that is 24% of your monthly income 1.

Please note that this is an estimate and the actual amount may vary depending on several factors such as interest rates, credit score, and other debts beyond your new housing costs 1.

I hope this information helps!

Learn more:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Next, MHProNews asked Bing’s AI Chat function this:

> “What is the average price of a new manufactured home in 2023?”

BingsAIchatAnswerImage-MHProNews“According to the Census Bureau’s Manufactured Housing Survey (MHS), the average sales price nationwide for a new manufactured home in 2023 was $128,3001This data is based on the most recent information available from March 20231.”

Certainly, in several parts of the country, a $225,00 mortgage could support the purchase of a new manufactured home as well as modest piece of property plus some needed improvements. Just as certainly, there are places in the U.S. where that $225k mortgage would not be enough to make such a purchase.

  • But the most recent data reflects that for the ‘typical’ person or family, the purchase of existing or new conventional housing is now out of their reach.
  • By contrast, the most recent data available on this date reflects that in many parts of the nation, a new manufactured home on a piece of privately owned land could be supported by the typical household income.

This should be a HUGE message for manufactured home marketers.

It should also be headline items pressed by the Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI) and their state association affiliates. It should be a key point in their lobbying and advocacy in support of regulatory reforms too.

Next, MHProNews asked Bing’s AI Chat function this:

> “Other than MHProNews or MHLivingNews, what manufactured housing trade media have said that the typical U.S. household income no longer is enough to buy a conventional house in most of the country?”

BingsAIchatAnswerImage-MHProNews“I’m sorry, but I don’t have access to the internet to browse specific websites. However, I can provide you with some general information.

The manufactured housing industry has been recognized as a crucial solution to the affordable housing crisis in the United States1. According to the Census Bureau’s Manufactured Housing Survey (MHS), 21.2 million people in the U.S. live in a manufactured or mobile home1Manufactured homes make up 11% of annual new home starts1The median annual household income of manufactured home residents who own their homes is about $35,000, which is half of the median annual income of site-built homeowners2.

While I couldn’t find specific trade media sources that mention the typical U.S. household income no longer being enough to buy a conventional house in most of the country, it’s important to note that housing affordability is a significant concern for many Americans3Factors such as rising home prices and mortgage rates can make it challenging for households with lower incomes to afford a conventional house4. …”

Note that Bing provided links to MHProNews among the options for more information.

Not mentioned in the Bing AI search results were the Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI), nor any MHI linked state association “affiliate.”


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Against the above background are the following insights and observations.

  1. A Manufactured Housing Executives Council (MHEC) state association executive told MHProNews that a good umbrella trade group does three things. Protect. Educate. Promote or P.E.P.
  2. Another MHEC state executive said that it is not the job of a trade organization to defend the bad reputation or problematic practices of specific manufactured home companies.



3) A prominent MHI member pointed out earlier this year that the lack of affordable housing costs the U.S. economy some $2 trillion dollars annually. Yet, despite an array of possibly useful points that could be made MHI itself is apparently failing at job 1 (P.E.P.) and is arguably wrongfully engaged in the practice of burnishing the reputation of certain member-firms that have been plagued with reasonable ‘earned’ bad media and/or which have run afoul of state or federal regulators in ways that seemingly violate MHI’s so-called code of ethical conduct. That purported bolstering of MHI members stature who may not merit it is done is several ways, one of the most obvious is MHI’s arguably problematic ‘awards’ for “excellence in manufactured housing” program.


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Yes! Communities is among those MHI ‘excellence’ award winners that has been named in a class action lawsuit, and now in a new potential class action investigation.

Datacomp is a sister brand to MHVillage/MHInsider, and they too have been ‘endorsed’ by MHI, yet they have been named in the class action lawsuit as well.

Datacomp/MHVillage/MHInsider are owned by Equity LifeStyle Properties or ELS. ELS is among those named in the new investigation.


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4) Swirling in the middle of most if not all of the above-named firms are the linkage between being an MHI member and/or a member of one or more of what MHI calls an MHI-state association affiliate.

5) Instead of being demonstrably useful in P.E.P. (see #1 above) or avoiding giving cover to problematic brands, MHI has all but drawn a road map for predatory brands that want to consolidate the industry on ‘how to’ do it – and has even promoted ‘tricks of the trade’ as ‘education.’ Only MHProNews/MHLivingNews among industry trade media have consistently and persistently called those so engaged to account and has done so for some 6+ years.  Put differently, MHProNews’ research, reports, and true-to-life cautionary tales have proven to be consistently vindicated over time.


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6) While MHProNews has been consistently sounding the alarm via reports, analysis and commentary about specific troubling events and trends in manufactured housing, such as those cited in reports linked above and herein, we have also been the most consistent trade media promoting commonsense solutions to these issues. A) Enforcement of existing laws and B) forge an authentic, new post-production trade association. MHProNews did a few outreaches to specific independents and found a warm reception from some to the notions below. Breaking news and other events caused a necessary (not enough time) pause in that effort, but that outreach effort will be resumed in the near term. The fact that white hat brands are interested is a good thing.


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7) Right or wrong, there is a sense at this stage that those attorneys who have launched a big antitrust case, and those that are probing manufactured housing for still more such litigation have perhaps significantly overlooked some key facts that may prove important or useful to their efforts. Nevertheless, regardless of the outcome of those two efforts already underway (and hints that there may be more such probes into MHVille on the horizon), there are arguably good reasons for manufactured housing professionals to consider distancing themselves from MHI-linked organizations that may cause them heartburn or worse. Certainly, ethically minded businesses ought to mull the value, or lack thereof, offered by MHI when they are yielding such problematic outcomes and the vexing results of still falling manufactured home sales. Because it isn’t just Washington, D.C. that has turned ‘swampy,’ there are several organizations in MHVille that the evidence suggests are pretty slimy too.


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Note that MHProNews contacted MHI leaders and two of their outside attorneys for remarks about the antitrust and other issues. They have once more declined to respond.



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Goch is a paid mouthpiece for MHI. This pull quote from a letter from Goch is fascinating. On the one hand, Goch says that MHI is working for the interests of all and wants all points of view. But then, Goch threatens in writing a then MHI member who dared question the association. They logically cannot have it both ways. 

Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI) Outside Attorney David Goch’s Statement to Angry, Threatening Member Speaks Volumes; plus Sunday Weekly MHVille Headlines in Review


8) The raw data in this and other reports featured on MHProNews/MHLivingNews makes the following clear.  For tens of millions of Americans, modern manufactured homes are now the ONLY possible affordable permeant housing solution for singles, couples, and families.

Watch for an exclusive update on the mounting MHI CEO Lesli Gooch controversies (see report linked above and here).


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Part III – is our Daily Business News on MHProNews stock market recap which features our business-daily at-a-glance update of over 2 dozen manufactured housing industry stocks.

This segment of the Daily Business News on MHProNews is the recap of yesterday evening’s market report, so that investors can see at glance the type of topics may have influenced other investors. Thus, our format includes our signature left (CNN Business) and right (Newsmax) ‘market moving’ headlines.

The macro market move graphics below provide context and comparisons for those invested in or tracking manufactured housing connected equities. Meaning, you can see ‘at a glance’ how manufactured housing connected firms do compared to other segments of the broader equities market.

In minutes a day readers can get a good sense of significant or major events while keeping up with the trends that are impacting manufactured housing connected investing.

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Headlines from left-of-center CNN Business – from the evening of 9.29.2023

  • 5 things you need to know about what could be the largest health care strike in US history
  • Toys ‘R’ US to open stores across US, including at airports and cruise ships
  • World’s top luxury group LVMH head Bernard Arnault attends the LVMH Innovation Awards on the sidelines of the Vivatech technology startups and innovation fair in Paris, on June 15, 2023.
  • Transactions involving French billionaire Bernard Arnault investigated over suspected money laundering
  • A traveler is seen leaving the baggage claim area in Terminal B at LaGuardia Airport, Tuesday, June 27, 2023, in New York.
  • New York airports socked with delays because of heavy rain
  • Labor supporters and members of the United Auto Workers union (UAW) Local 230 march along a picket line during a strike outside of the Stellantis Chrysler Los Angeles Parts Distribution Center in Ontario, California, on September 26, 2023. Some 5,600 UAW members walked out of 38 US parts and distribution centers at General Motors and Stellantis at noon September 22, 2023, adding to last week’s dramatic worker walkout. The UAW has described its campaign as an effort to level the economic playing field for the working class.
  • UAW to expand strike at Ford and GM, Fain says, but sees progress at Stellantis
  • A person pumps gas at a Shell gas station on August 03, 2023 in Austin, Texas.
  • Gas prices heated up inflation last month, but there’s also welcome progress for the Fed
  • People shop in the produce section of a grocery store on September 12, 2023 in Los Angeles, California.
  • Government shutdown, labor strikes will likely weigh on US consumers’ attitudes
  • United States Secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen speaks at the Atlantic Council Global Citizen Awards, Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2023, in New York.
  • Janet Yellen warns shutdown would be ‘dangerous and unnecessary’
  • BOSTON, MA – JUNE 28: In this photo illustration, a Blue Apron box sits on the porch of a house on June 28, 2017 in Boston, Massachusetts. The online meal-kit delivery company is going public and has lowered their upcoming IPO price range from $15 to $17 a share to $10 to $11 a share. (Photo by Scott Eisen/Getty Images)
  • Blue Apron stock surges 130% on news it is being sold
  • Hui Ka Yan, chairman of property developer China Evergrande, attends a news conference on annual results in Hong Kong, China March 29, 2016.
  • Evergrande’s chairman has been detained. The company will struggle to survive
  • Warning signs suggest this year’s stock market rally is on shaky legs
  • The world needs cheap electric cars. That spells trouble for big carmakers
  • Right-wing media fumes over Univision anchor’s debate questions
  • National Coffee Day deals: Free drinks at Dunkin’, Krispy Kreme and more
  • Trade between Russia and China is booming so much that shipping containers are ‘piling up’
  • China Eastern Airlines just made the biggest C919 order ever, for 100 planes
  • The N-word and racist taunts: Tesla allowed racism in its factory, US government lawsuit alleges
  • Detained WSJ reporter Evan Gershkovich’s parents describe what it was like seeing him in Russia
  • Peloton shares rise following a partnership with former foe Lululemon
  • California law raises minimum wage for fast food workers
  • He allegedly forged documents at an Iowa bank that led to a bankruptcy. He still became an executive at another bank
  • Chinese artists boycott big social media platform over AI-generated images
  • Netflix shutters its DVD rental business, marking the end of the red envelope era


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Headlines from right-of-center Newsmax 9.29.2023

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  • House Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s last-ditch plan to keep the federal government temporarily open collapsed on Friday as GOP holdouts rejected the package, making a shutdown almost certain. [Full Story]
  • Armstrong: Impeachment Hearing 8 Months in the Making
  • Johnson: Feinstein’s Death Shouldn’t Hinder Spending Vote | video
  • Lankford: Feinstein Was ‘Always Engaged’ | video
  • Burgum: Impeachment Inquiry ‘Important’ Work
  • Bill O’Reilly: Trump Wins Debate Without Attending | video
  • Geraldo Rivera: Trump Would’ve Enlivened Debate | video
  • Comer: Dems ‘Distract’ From Threat Biden Poses | video
  • Marko Djuric: NATO Should Police Northern Kosovo | video
  • Fry: Dems Aimed to Distract at Hearing | video
  • Newsfront
  • Oprah Among Those Mentioned to Replace Feinstein
  • At least four names have been floated regarding a possible appointment to fill the remaining term of the late Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif. The New York Times reported Friday that Democrat California Gov. Gavin Newsom will select someone to fill Feinstein’s term through… [Full Story]
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  • Lankford to Newsmax: Feinstein Was ‘Always Engaged’
  • Detroit: Biden’s Fuel Rules to Cost $14B in Fines
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  • Baltimore Archdiocese Files for Bankruptcy
  • The Archdiocese of Baltimore filed for U.S. bankruptcy protection on [Full Story]
  • US-Saudi Pact Tied to Israel; Palestinian Demands Shelved
  • Saudi Arabia is determined to secure a military pact requiring the [Full Story]
  • McCarthy’s Plan to Keep Govt Open Collapses
  • House Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s last-ditch plan to keep the federal [Full Story]
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  • California Democrat Gov. Gavin Newsom released a statement after the [Full Story]
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