personally i'm studying so i don't earn that much, but i have tought about binary options og playing some roulette where you double up if you lose.
In school, graphic design major
currently work in a fine dining place as a cook.
That's pretty fukkn sick. Minus the part where you have to be in charge of kids, but making art with kids all day for money wouldn't be bad at all.
just put ads up on craigslist saying you're looking to fill positions immediately for 20-23 year olds with bachelor's degrees with no experience.
100,000 emails with english and art history majors looking to interview.
charge them an interview "fee" and mae some position up like telemarketing, makeup sales or even security guard bullshit
and make up some legit sounding training program/licensing deal/bonding fee and rake in the cash
these kids have only worked at starbucks like they know they're not supposed to pay for an interview. plus they're stupid as shit with money to burn
i've also been making good money teaching these MS13 gang kiddo's build rifles/tear down glocks for cleaning and shit.
you'd be surprised at how these 14-15 year old mexican kids don't know about guns
you don't need one.
you're running a scam. targeted towards fresh college grads who have no life skills, no street smarts or life experience.
all they know is that their dad told them to get a job, and that $300 for a bond and $600 for security guard card and $150 for the uniform supplied by securitas sound totally legit for full time work.
as long as you don't promise them a job for money
make it seem like there is a real job, but not promise them there is one.
and make it clear all the money was for training.
also, look up the threshold for small claims in your state/county and keep it a few hundred under that threshold.
> professional NEET thinks he's smarter than bachelor students
Turns out you're a complete fuckhead. I'm not sure about the United States, but generally in most economies there are agencies and organisations that find unemployed people legitimate employment for a cut of their wage. These are the legal versions of your fraud network, and anyone without employment would be sought after just as much by these profit agencies as they would some faggot in a basement talking about his potential "marketing jobs" for deposit payments.
There's even training organisations who do what you propose, but offer a qualification at the end.
unemployment is nearing 20% in certain parts of the united states.
the numbers reported are the number of people who had applied for unemployment insurance within the 2 week period they measured.
so an unemployment rate in a certain town being 14% means that of the few people who had managed to find and hold a job long enough for unemployment insurance to kick in (6 months) that 14% of them were laid off in that 2 week period measured
it does not count people who were laid off before insurance kicked in (fast turn around like places like h&m, or the 4 part-time employees that replace a full time employee being laid off, or the people who have been unemployed since the start of the year)
these agencies do not have to seek out people, as people seek them out and are treated as disposable.
so basically, this whole system works because such legitimate sources exist, and people praise such sources who have utilized them in the past.
leaving consumer confidence high enough to open their wallets and pay into this sort of system out of desperation.
if you make a reaction letter up for some bullshit backround check or some other bullshit. when these people go to report you, other people who had utilized legitimate sources will be quick to question the credibility of the mark. as there is a negative connotation with these lower class unemployed peoples.
Basically it works, and it works because there are legit places out there, and the constant reinforcement that there is no economic issue in America just goes to further the credibility of any bullshit organization that presents itself in a professional manner. you can even go further and take on 1 legit client that is really looking to fill positions and not supply them with any employees to make the whole operation seem legit just in case investigators start poking around
The problem is the entire operation needs to be carefully executed. You're going to need to set up a legitimate organisation, you need to be able to avoid auditing or investigation and you're going to need to buffer any negative reports that people make.
I'm going to make the assumption that eventually you're going to need to prove that [x] advertised position actually exists in some form. A marketing position from a home office or seeking employment for a contractual on-site research or data compilation task as one potential article of work. Even so, when it's revealed that no economic transactions as an employment platform are made, the legitimacy of your advertisement would be under further investigation.
People get bitter when you fuck them over.
House has about 10% chance more than you to win. About 60/40.
Don't bother. There's a reason why they say the house always wins.
Invest your money wisely. Gambling will piss it away.
making peanuts as a pharm clerk in college
but they let me do work as a pharm tech due to customer traffic and sometimes i can get away with "miss counting" pills
plus being minutes late and having my phone out isnt bad
>or go to the casino
you can win at blackjack
the rest are stacked in the houses favour
you need to watch how much you spend and win and how quickly or else they will ban you, and potentially pass your details on to other casinos
On the bright side this will give you a chance to dress well
You guys impose a huge resource tax on your oil and gas
And yet the companies dont pack up and leave crying about taxes
While Australia lets miners take our resources for almost nothing
And yet the miners complain about whatever pittance they have to pay, and receive all kinds of kickbacks like fuel excises, and constantly warn against and threaten dire consequences if there ever any sort of increase no matter how modest in the taxes they have to pay
i dropped out of college and got a job at an independent book store in chicago, getting $10.50 an hour (started at $8/hour 3 years ago). I also do some freelance writing (fiction mostly, so the pay is shit).
my dad invented something you've probably seen infomercials for though and has more money than he knows what to do with, no one i work with knows i'm the only son of a millionaire and friends that do ask me all the time why the hell i work 30 hours a week, but i like it. i like books and the people i work with and even most of our customers. besides, having too much free time is terrible.
>student in Portugal
>only family is my grandmother who is retired and gets about 800€ every month
>I live in a different city
>have to pay for everything myself because a family of two with 800€ a month is not even considered for an education grant
It'a a good thing I make a lot of money off sports betting otherwise I'd be homeless by now
I wish my government gave out free money
Finance job, entry level, pays $45-50k a year depending on overtime and bonuses.
Not great, but I'm 23, lots of discretionary income to throw around while still saving.
I'm a waiter at a busy, somewhat expensive, reputable place, in Canada. The serving wage here is 9.55 an hour and I make anywhere from 15-45 dollars an hour in tips depending on the day/shift/business level. I can count on $150 a shift but last Sunday I made $300 over dinner.
19 year old second year uni student Studying architecture in Australia
part time job at supermarket
make just under $300 a week during uni when i have less hours. Around $550-750 when on break.
Hourly pay rate goes up by a few dollars every year and the people at my job are pretty great including managers. Customers are terrible. All in all pretty sweet.
>i still wont buy cp's