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Dominica’s hairdressing industry is brash, but it’s not a bad one, according to a study of more than 1,500 workers.
The Wall Street, Los Angeles Times, reported that Dominica has more than a dozen hairdresseshops with more than 200,000 workers, making it the second-most productive country in the world, behind Mexico.
The study, released this week by the World Economic Forum, found that Dominicans earn between $2,000 and $2.8 million annually and are often working on their second jobs.
According to a 2014 report from the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, the average salary in Dominica is about $1,300 a month.
The Dominican Republic is home to the largest number of Dominicans living abroad, making up nearly 10% of the world’s population.
In Dominica, hairdryers earn a commission on every job they perform, and often are required to be paid by their clients.
“It’s like a contract that they make,” said the hairdressed man in the study, who asked that his name not be used.
His work with a client often takes up to two weeks, he said, and he has to take home a paycheck every two weeks.
Dominica has one of the highest unemployment rates in the Western Hemisphere, and many people still lack access to health care.
The government is struggling to find the money to keep health care running, and the country is also struggling to keep the economy humming.
It’s not just hairddressers who are under pressure, said the man in a video on Facebook.
“I was working at the haberdashery, so I had to take care of my customers,” he said.
“I have to look after my customers.
They have to help me, and I have to pay for them.”
In a statement to the Times, a Dominican Embassy spokesman said the government “does not condone the harebrained notion that Dominican haberdsmen are stupid or that we are uneducated in our profession.”
The government also has promised to invest $100 million to expand hairdrooming to all Dominicans, but that plan is unlikely to be implemented until 2019.
Many Dominicans worry that the country will lose its status as a top exporter of clothing and other products.
The country’s economy is in dire need of reforms, and Dominica suffers from a lack of infrastructure and limited opportunities for growth, said a recent survey by the World Economic Forum.
(Follow the money: Dominica earns a quarter of its exports in clothing and clothing products.)
The country’s main exports are clothing and textile products, which account for about 40% of its economy.
The most popular clothes are Gucci, Abercrombie and Fitch, while shoes are a mainstay.
But the country’s apparel exports are shrinking, and a 2015 study by the United Nations Development Programme found that the number of factories operating in Dominican apparel factories dropped from more than 80,000 to fewer than 5,000 in the past decade.
The Dominican Republic’s economy has shrunk by about 9% since the beginning of the decade, according to data from the Dominican Development Bank.
Despite the countrys economic woes, the hares business is booming.
Dominica exports clothing and apparel products worth $13.8 billion a year to the United States, including clothing, footwear, apparel, shoes and other goods.
Dominica exported $9.3 billion in clothing products in 2015, the World Bank reported in March.
When Dominica lost its status in the Organization of American States in March, the U.S. Treasury Department warned that Dominicas economy could be devastated if the country lost its spot as a member of the group.
“Domestic and foreign economies are still fragile, with a significant gap between domestic and export growth,” the U,S.
government said in its March warning.
The Dominican government is hoping that its exports will be enough to help Dominica avoid the economic malaise that plagued other nations that have been excluded from the group’s economic watchdog group.
According to the government, Dominicans have been exporting more than $3.6 billion in goods to the U