Nothing to do with the media, I'm asking a question to which I don't know the answer in the hope that you do, seeing as you seem so adament on the issue, so let me try again.
When you say the economy is going to be rebalanced, what sort of jobs do you have in mind to replace those that are being lost in the rebalance?
Where is the labour going to come from, if these jobs are lower paying than the ones you are replacing and you need a bigger workforce to avoid the economy shrinking?
If say, we replace 1 100k financial sector job with 4 30k* jobs in other sectors, the income tax paid would drop from one person paying £29,200 to those 4 people paying a combined total of £15,200, who's going to make up the short fall or where would you propose further cuts in public spending be made? Obviously if you replace the one financial job with 10 minimum wage jobs then the income tax take drops further.
You'll have to take me af face value, when I say this is independent thinking on my part, but if you don't have the answers don't feel obliged to make something up!
*30k plucked from thin air, average UK salary at the end of 5th April 2015 was £27,600 so I rounded up to make sure I wasn't undercooking the numbers!