>Savings: $250 USD
>Occupation: first year university student
>Location: Georgia, US
>Savings: 2,000 USD
>Investments: 10,000 USD
>Occupation: Fourth year university student
Regardless of my savings and investment, I have 22k in subsidized student loans.
virgin and never had a girlfriend and i despise most women
i watched VR porn on google cardboard and realize that i never have to have relationship with subhuman women for the rest of my life
why do you ask? have you never been a neet?
>Occupation: Automotive Service Writer
It's like I'm stuck in perpetual mediocrity. How do you even move up in the world? Can't find a job that pays more than $12/hr.
No, I haven't, why would I want to be one?
Also one of my friends who has been living in America told me that it's extremely easy to find gf there, mostly because your women are much less mercantile. Is that actually true?
>Can't find a job that pays more than $12/hr.
>mfw that's $96 a day
>mfw that's $2800 a month
>mfw that's considered to be upper middle class even in Moscow
>Can someone tell me what qualifies as savings?
I actually save my money under toilet paper rolls.
That's $1960/month actually, and after taxes are taken out, it's closer to about $1400-$1500/month. It's liveable, sure, but it's paycheck to paycheck pretty much with minimal savings.
>Location: Lima, Perú
>Savings: $350 USD
>Occupation: Bachelor in Petrochemical Engineer
Could you give me advice in order to improve my profesional career or another aspect? I would appreciate so much.
>Location: San Francisco, CA, USA
>Savings: ~$100,000 USD, but much of that cash is going to move into investments
>Assets/Investments: $1.4M USD, but the largest chunk of that is a condo, so it's not exactly liquid
North East US
>$9,000 in digital currency
Going to a job interview for a booming company that is privately held and grew from 300 employees to 800 in three years. Will likely be doing more IT and less support and bringing work to my old company from the new one to collect sweet, sweet commission.
Hope this pic helps.
Because college ate their savings, then gave tens of thousands in debt. Plus the average salary hasn't increased at all with cost of living for 30 years, so rent/groceries are eating up paychecks. As far as normies in their 20s go, there are two types:
>good job, paid off their student loans, only have a few thousand left
>mediocre job, only have a few thousand, owe thousands more to student loans.
The difference will increase in their 30s but in the 20s range everyone's poor
This thread is a prime example of why you should never EVER listen to /biz/...ffs all these children...
>10000 usd 7000 (USD) in won
>investments oil/random shit
>Besides the condo, where are you investing?
I'll be honest and admit that I am a very lazy, hands-off investor; I work with a wealth manager who handles my money. My portfolio is diverse--the most interesting bit is probably emerging-market equities (over the past year, I earned a lot, and then lost more than a little, in the BRICs), but I've also got a variety of bonds and commodities. My money woman swaps things around from time to time. But I'm in it for the long haul, not as a source of immediate income.
>Location: New Jersey, USA
>Assets/Investments: 120k roughly in 401k, Roth IRA and an Index Fund.
>Occupation: Currently unemployed but I'm Information Technology. Project Manager/IT Director etc.
Location: Houston, TX
Assets/Investments: $2800 in RH
Occupation: 4th year community college student and prospective day trader
>Savings: Unknown funds from parents
>Assets/Investments: None of own, parents own ~$20 mil in real estate (have 4 brothers, don't expect to get too much)
>Occupation: first year university student (computer science, considering other STEM majors, will have 0 debt on graduation)
Am I gonna get fucked by the long dick of the world for thinking I'm gonna be okay?
Oh, also forgot to mention that the funds my money woman is not playing with (a small part of the total portfolio) are all biotech and pharma stocks. Been a bit volatile, but I did just sell enough to buy a new car...
>110k. Almost all of this was given to me by my father though and all of it is going towards my education (medical/grad school)
>8k worth of watches, Maybe 10k in antiques from the late 1800's mostly silver cutlery (was my great grandfathers)
>Third year university student
No you'll be fine. I won't have any debt upon graduation either. In the very least you will probably find a job making something like 50k and live a life of mediocrity. Could be worse. You could have gone 30k in debt to study about patriarchy like some women and be unemployed or working at McDonalds. Be happy you won't ever be homeless.
>1 grand :^)
>NEET for now, going to be starting restaurant cook in the next few days
Dropped out of college first week because I couldn't handle the thought of debt. Trynna play the crypto game for now.
stop paying for cable/phone. find a thread on /ck/ about eating on an extreme budget. give up smoking. buy this http://www.amazon.com/Wahl-79300-400-Color-Complete-Haircutting/dp/B000JNQSIQ/ and cut your own hair.
>Automotive Service Writer
i dont know what that is, but get into the electric/self-driving car retrofit game.
Clap & Burger
About 225,000 USD in 'unconventional assets' due to below
About 15,000 USD in Gold/Silver/Copper
Class 3 FFL holder and full time (no)pawn-shop co-owner along with my brother
>Assets/Investments: 15k of ETFs in a TFSA