Well, #10 on the list was:
Writers and authors write material for scripts, magazines, books, websites and other publications.
Really? How did they come by that number? Is that an average of some kind? Like, take all the script writers in Hollywood, some of whom might get paid six figures for a single script that may never even get made into a movie, and average them with all the authors out there who can't afford not to quit their day jobs - something like that? (Disclaimer: I'm sure there are script writers out there who can't quit their day jobs, either. I'm just saying. Usually a script sold in Hollywood goes for a LOT more money than the average book contract.)
Just how did you get those figures, MSN?
Also as an aside, I happen to know that a teacher equipped with a Master's degree and seven years of teaching experience doesn't even make the National average income. At least in this neck of the woods. How freaking sad is that? Teaching is ridiculously low paid.