Over the next ten years or so the vast majority of jobs that will be created in the state will be low paying. That's according to a new study done by Michigan's "Bridge Magazine". The report says while there will be high salaried jobs most will not even be close. For example over that time period the state will add about 40,000 service and food workers jobs with an average salary of about $10 an hour. The primary reason for this: so many will lack the educational skills to get a high paying job. Some say the reason for that: the high cost of getting an education.