21/student/what my parents give me + money I make online
$11.70/hr - Pennsylvania
studying and database management for a small bussiness
hard to tell since i dont get paid per hour, but per assignment and some of the money directly goes into the studying part
part-owner of a commercial construction general contracting firm
Just over C$300,000 this year
I chinese. I work in movie theatre. I tape films. I sell them black market.
>contribute more to society
This depends on what degree you are getting and what you do after getting it. Until then, until you have shown to society your glorious contributions (which is not guaranteed you will), you are a parasite
22. Tutor for the kids of rich people. 40-65/hr depending on the client.
Easy way to make good money while I'm still in school full time.
I graduated top of my class (literally 1st place) at a top 20 global university, and now I'm at Oxford doing a masters.
If you're doing it privately like I currently am, then you just have to convince the clients that you're smart enough. My record is good enough for that.
If you're working for one of the big companies, then it depends what you teach. They usually want someone either from a a prestigious school so the can brag to their clientele about their employees, or if you're tutoring things like LSAT, GRE, SAT, you need to score in at least the 90th percentile.
I get paid net $125.00 daily (that's approx. $165 daily gross) to sit in an office beside an empty warehouse and... do nothing.
There's maybe 90 minutes of work per week. The rest of the time I'm on here, pretty much...
My 8th grade science teacher was a big fat bald dude with a little beard. Absolutely scared the shit out of us. Showed up to class silently, opened the door and let us in without a word. Would walk to the front of the class and look at us until the room was silent. Talked in a calm, quiet voice yet you'd hear every word he said because nobody dared to speak while he was speaking. If we didn't do our homework or just had the answers with zero evidence that we'd actually done it, he'd say a some simple, soul-crushing words quietly and move on. He was alright though, an excellent teacher. Almost beating him in chess one time was fun, he never shut up about how good he was at chess.
Go to school, man.
Median starting salary with a marketing degree is 40k. It ain't anything to write home about, but it's also better then what your doing now.
>contribute more to society
Like your fucking mail man who has his HS diploma and no loan debt doesn't contribute more than you, homo.
The only difference I see in college educated people is that they're a lot less reluctant to take out a 30k loan they'll never pay off to buy a car or something of the like to make it appear they have more money than they make.
250000 for being a butcher. I don't fucking believe that for a second. Unless your going to tell me you do the meat for the nicest restaurants near you, but I'm still calling bullshit.
I would rev omens it bruh. I was lucky I went back and it got me a better job. My gf of 6 years thought we would be fine financially and then she lost her job. It's fucking worth it because it saved us.
Self employed IT Consultant
>22 and don't have rent
Like when you're making 13/hr for instance.
at 13 an hour, you better either be living with someone you know really well, or be really fucking careful driving, that's for sure.
Well I guess you failed him now, didn't you, you fucking faggot.
I often thought about that, the thing is any bigger investion will put me right unter an amount that i can live off of it and I'm really scared about that. I startted going to college though, there are no tuition fees here and I eeel like its not too late
Live in bulgaria so I basically double my payment due to shitty currency here
$28,000 plus full benefits including a car, gas for the car, and paid lunch if I have to drive 30 minutes away from home (because I work from home otherwise)
feels ok man
i have so many questions:
is sex during a porn shoot still fun?
do you take viagra?
how long do you have to be able to last?
how big is your dick?
how many women do you think you have had sex with?
am i missing some dank meme or something? how the hell does that profession make people assume your black?
Desk job at an international fishing store (process online orders and answer phone calls)
not really. I'm kinda flexible. I don't stress the gender topic.
Sure prefer female bodies, but guys are such a nice change from time to time. and dicks can be fucking fun. I envy everyone sucking my glorius dick. But some people pay.
Look at median mid career, which is probably the best idea of a degrees's overall profitability. They rank above Marketing, Chemistry, Geology, Accounting, IT, Management, etc. And remember, theses are just with undergrad degrees.
It's a myth told by people who don't actually know shit that philosophy majors don't make money. They think is "not practical" or some shit like this. Sometimes furthered by the fact that they lump philosophy and religion together.
If you want to say it's false, provide data more than just "I never heard of a job posting looking for a philosopher hurr hurr."
There is only 4 people in my college doing my degree, that's enough that you can identify me, so I'm not going to say.
I've visited Trinity, though. It's really nice. How's law?
Because it's /b/ and i want to prove that black males can be just as successful as other races without having to steal or become rappers. You just have to work hard and keep trying until you get it.
You writing a book?
1. Teen scenes are still fun. But of course with anything you do a lot it gets stagnent.
2. No Viagra
3. You do have to train your mind to last a while but there are a lot of "cuts" during porn. So you get some recoup time (but you also have to keep it hard).
5. 5 a month, more if it is double bj scenes. Been doing this for a couple of years. You do the math.
Start with an education. Everything else will fall in line. If you don't have money for an education, take out a loan and work a minimum wage job to keep yourself afloat. You can do it, man. Everyone has to start somewhere and it doesn't matter how old you are. Your resume just says when you graduate, not how long it took you to get your ass in school.
Get a job bro. Do the40 hour grind. Then you can invest everything you earn from that ad retire in like 20 years with a couple mil in the bank. Also living "paycheck to paycheck" as you are, what if something happened to you? Break a leg or get appendicitis? How do you pay for that? Seriously. Get a job. Even part time will be great when you're already making it.
Ah, I see.
Law is quite a satisfying subject but the background reading is rather overwhelming at times. All good stuff though if you can handle it.
What degree is it you're doing?
we don't have minimum wage jobs in Europe.
My choices are:
>go sell shit over phone
they have smaller than shit pay. 1€/hour or something.
Social welfare pays 10x more than these jobs.
>There is only 4 people in my college doing my degree, that's enough that you can identify me, so I'm not going to say
Dude's trying to sound smart to impress this guy, but he can't even read.
I'm seriously considering law, but if I do law school it'll be across the pond. Though to be fair, I haven't really looked into it here. What's starting salary at the big firms in London for someone like you?
Actually no I haven't even finished my undergrad yet (prospects is that good for people in software right now)! and my major is physics, but i have a lot of side projects involving a range of compsci stuff which definitely helped me land this gig
Lol I'm working part time as a cashier and still get more in an hour than most of you poorfags. Guess you're all just American wagecucks. If anyone is interested I live in europe where you get paid very good for your work.
As a fresh graduate it can vary between around £30 and £50,000. This does include a fair bit of networking/internships during course time to get said jobs but will vastly increase over the subsequent years.
You can very easily be making around £100,000 in just under a decade.
That can be very true which is why I was personally considering a conversion course after finishing my degree. Though, if I'm correct there is a lower ceiling/is harder to be accepted at these firms?
I ate a garden side said for breakfast, and 6 shots of vodka. I just spoke with my case worker for my social services. He thinks everything is fine because i'm a good actor, but i requested to speak with a psychiatrist. Because i'm fucked. I'm on 50 mg ephedrine, 500 mg caffeine, .005 mg mythl blu, & 1.5 g piracetam. I have drank atm 6 shots of vodka. I never drink, FYI. I'm bipolar type 1a with psychotic features.
I get 950 dollars a month from you tax payers, plus you pay for my rent [half], electric, water, utilities, cable, internet & a portion of my food. The only thing I pay for is: dental & car insurance, mobile phone, & half rent.
Dipshits. I have every electronic toy i want & fuck females 10 years younger than me.
All i do is write cell phone apps for untaxed dollars, work out, & break into companies networks.
>keep paying taxes wage slaves
Yeah US firms is all about where you graduated from and how high in your class, not to mention networking. Take it from someone who was once considering American law school: these are not the kinds of people you want to build your life around. Corporate America epitomizes all the worst, inhuman aspects of this country.
It depends on the school you go to really. Any of the T14 schools, as long as you finish in the top half of your class you'll be making over 100k pretty easy. The top tier firms are really selective, but they still hire plenty of people between them, and if you're from a top school, with good grades, you've got a decent chance one of them will pick you up.
I'm aiming for a 2:1, will being an English school pose a problem?
Sounds rough, definitely makes me appreciate the often forced politeness and tradition of British firms.
Also are you a supervisor or a manager, if you're not a manager I would use your supervisory experience and get a job as a manager somewhere that pays more.
Supervisors/trainers are code word for full time work monkey.
Let me guess you run around in circles with a radio on helping the sorters or unloaders wherever they are backed up?
I'm not happy making next to nothing working my ass for a family run company run by completely incompetent idiots that are running it into the ground despite any advice given to them.
I'm not happy not being as fit as I used to be and having the confidence to approach people anymore like I used to do.
I'm not happy knowing I'm going to wake up and repeat the same fucking day over and over with no change.
I just wish, I knew how to somehow just light a fire and change all of this. I'm so tired of this shitty company, my living situation and who I've become. I'm currently 27 and I know most of /b/ is too young to understand or care but don't waste time while most of you are young. Do something with your lives or you'll end up like me, 27 years old, broke, nothing to show at all for your existence and just pondering why you wake up every day.
No but I see those guys a lot, that's what I applied for previously but I managed to avoid that. I work in the package center, basically office work. Send messages to drivers, paperwork and special packages, answering phones, that sort of thing. It's a lot easier than being on the walls.
And I'm part time, which is good and bad, but I've only had the job 2 months.
So you're an Operations Admin, not a supervisor.
Still a sweet job, I do seasonal work at the same Fed Ex every christmas. Get an extra few grand/year for working 4-9 during peak.
Jw, who's who?
I've had a few professors tell me that with the right networking and conversion courses the degree is still practical, just won't get me to a top firm as it would it London.
Last year of university studying psych and history
UPS front desk
No idea what I'm gonna do with my life and next semester I'm working an unpaid psychology internship 7 hours a day + my classes.
I'm severely depressed.
They told me Part Time Package Center Supervisor, or PTPCS. Either way I'll probably use "supervisor" on my resume since it sounds better lol.
Yeah it's not bad, even during peak it hasn't been bad at all. And I'm new so I'm not even that accountable. Good for you m8.