State you're job, salary, and age
>Chef at Wendy's
Are you one of those mythical IUEC guys?
>Union Pipefitter/Welder Apprentice
>37/hr + full benefits
> Temp clerk for a liquor store in a controlled alcohol state
Only thing keeping me at this is I may be up for permanent, which gives a modest pay raise to 10.10, but has some of the best benefits I'll ever see in this state and it's god awful labour laws.
Part-time tarot reader
$60 on a good day, $240 on my best day
Started in a CS program. Got tired of dumb nerd shit and switched to video production and comm shit, mostly because the girls were hot.
With the spare time i had in my academic schedule, taught myself ruby and then erlang. Ruby is what usually finds me the job, erlang is what brings the big offers though.
No shit man, I grew up in Pendleton before going to college and moving out to Portland. You pretty much hit it spot-on. If not for the amazing scenery and legal weed I would totally bail.
>You're not a web developer, you're a guy who staples together bits of other software into som
>You're not a web developer, you're a guy who staples together bits of other software into something that sort of resembles a functional product
Lol if only u knew
Cant wait for WebAssembly to take a big crap on JS and let people actually write decent code
Yeah, that's pretty fucking funny...Chef at Wendy's/$8.75 hour/37......ha-heh-ha-heh-heh-heh-ha...HA-HA-HA-HA-HA-HA-HA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! FUCK IT'S SO GOD DMAN FUNNY YOU FUCK! OMG!!!!!!!AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! SO ORIGINAL! SO FUNNY!!!!!!!!!
Eh, State liquor store is nearly as good as bevmo, and bars know all the little loop holes.
Kind of redpilled. They are kind people, you can usually get them to help you clean up leaves in the fall or whatever, and they sort of have a pleasant optimism compared to some of the assholes i've met elsewhere. They still have a dumb faith, but hey, its not bad
I am currently enrolled at TTU for Mechanical engineering. I finished this year with 34 credit hours. I am employed full time at Kroger and Sakura Hibachi Express. I work 80 hour weeks, which equates to working one job 40 hours a week making $17.60 per week. I am 19.
meh. im fine in med school. i wont make nearly as much as a computer programmer, but ill enjoy what i do and can travel all over the planet helping people.
your profesion is stuck in a cubicle all day like a cave....shits draining on your health...the pay doesnt really make up for the loss of social life or family time you sacrifice being employed by a corporation
Get to fuck young and dumb reporters who want a story.
>promethazine cough syrup
The fuck do people want with that?
Is phenergan not over the counter there? Dunno why anyone would want it anyway tbh, it is shit. Makes me drowsy and tired as fuck. Even most second gen antihistamines knock me on my arse.
I have to take "third gen" antihistamines like fexofenadine.
> McDonald's Crew
> Washington state
> started with $10.47 6 months ago
> now making $10.57
> have $2450 saved up
> going to quit next month
>$3500 this year from trading stocks, otherwise parents give me a few thou a year
I just want to end this college shit and earn enough passive income to trade 1-2 hours a day and enjoy nature and shit. Fuck the normie life, it's fucking aids.
>$15/hr. Equates to ~$31,200/yr before taxes, ~$24,960 after taxes.
Stressful job but can't complain, it's enough to build a decent foundation in one's 20s and I can afford to live without roommates, so that's cool. Also get accruing paid time off, health insurance, dental, vision, and any overtime I work (which I do almost every week, I'm usually around 45hrs/wk) pays time and a half.
I also get to run to the psych ward when fatty McTwatstink decides to rub her shit on the walls or when a homeless person steals hand sanitizer from the wards or soup from the cafeteria.
Right now though I'm not doing any of that shit.
How come chef at Wendy's became a meme in the first place? And why are even these threads so interesting, even without the whole wendy chef thing to start them off?
/eternal newfag who never can lurk enough
Is this just a business thing?
>All the people I know who chose business in university
>"Yeah when I graduate I'll be making like 200K in my first year out of school..."
I just have one question. How much % from your salary do you spend on rent (and gas, water, electricity, trash etc) and food every month. Seems your salaries are high as fuck. This threads usually lacks this crucial detail.
im a resident and i appreciate the shit you do
one time this one big drugged up retard started getting violent with us, so we called you guys and two of you showed up and double-rock-bottomed his ass back into bed while one of the RN's geodoned hm
2 jobs here
>Domino's Delivery Driver
>$8.25/hr + tips + mileage
>>any delivery charge is not a tip paid to the driver
>>$1.00 per delivery plus $0.50 for each extra delivery on the same run, which comes out of your delivery charge, gets reported on my wages under tips, lol
22 years old
Much appreciated. Most residents treat us like the hired help whose only purpose is to hold the key to their call room.
Here they use Haloperidol. And they use it fuckin liberally. It's a god send.
Why are you such a nigger?
Lives with gf in shitty apartment
500/month (1k total)
Utilities and random shit
Food and shit
Insurance and bullshit
Saving about 4600/month if I don't blow money on stupid shit.
>blows money on stupid shit
Save about 3,000/month
Shitty apartment because saving for house.
they encourage us now to use Geodon since Haldol is aparently associated with more heart attacks and stuff. I've never once seen someone come in with a Haldol induced heart problem so it's probably bullshit
I fucking love Haldol, it's a heem in a syringe
>>682724906 here. Not sure if I'm one of the people you're asking, but the highest price I'd currently pay for everything my apartment requires to function (rent, utilities, internet, etc) is like $1,100, MAYBE $1,200 if I really like the place. Fortunately I'll actually be getting my next apartment for a steal. At the time of my application I just barely qualified for the Affordable housing act, which ended up making the $1,300 dollar apartment $875 dollars. Shortly after that I got a raise, which technically pushes me out of the bracket required for the discount, but I already qualified and I'm just not going to tell them about the raise.
As far as gas goes, I can typically get away with ~$50 a week, but it varies on a week to week basis depending on how often/far I go out.
I do however waste a TON of money on food, but that's because I eat out too much, which will change once I get my apartment and don't have to avoid other people in the house. My gas expenses will probably go down too, actually, since I'll be closer to work.
For the sake of full disclosure, I would be remiss if I didn't mention that I have also acquired some debt. Lots of medical and school debt. Fortunately most places that check your credit don't give a shit about either of those. Every apartment I've ever applied to has told me they don't even look at it because almost every 20-something is drowning in student/medical debt these days.
Anyone who tries to looks mean usually gets kicked in the face first.
The trick is to pretend like you don't care.
30 years old
work at home agent for apple IOS
dont pay for shit but i get to stay home all day and browse /pol and get inspired by Donald trump
Automated Manufacturing Maintenance Intern basically, 19/hr. 19. Living in wisconsin with nothing but experiance as an operator and 2 years at a tech college. Go to college it pays off
Haha no such thing in chemical/petrol engineering.
High salary because oil companies make a shit load and only hire the best.
It's also a rather risky major for an engineer ... would be surprised if this anon still has a job due to the oil prices. I have a few chemE friends in oil who lost their jobs from it.
not really. depending on the specialty, it's 3-5+ years of working than more 80 hours per week for less than minimum wage
that guy is probably from a loaded family or has a sugar mama
Fucking land for people to rent? Really?
Because when you buy a house it comes with land. My plan is to eventually buy two places and have the renters of the other place pay the mortgage and then some ...
Meh, I work at a well funded studio and do minimal overtime. There's typical corporate "performance review" HR bullshit and whatnot, but for the most part it's better than a regular desk job. I'd rather be doing this than other types of software development.
She may be an idiot or went to a shit school. Like I said they really only hire the best for petrol engineers. And you better live in a place known for oil .. I live in Houston.
Desktop Support Tech
49KNZD a year + Bonus before Tax
After tax is almost the same as I have a couple of negatively geared property. I live very comfortably and feel like I'm quite well off. Make most of my money on property and car hustling not working - why do people in America rely on their jobs for their sole source of income?
I've been working there for about 8 months ago. started with
>Two weeks notice
>Transfer to one closer to home
>Help Desk Tech - Hospital/University
Would be great if the cost of living wasn't absolutely retarded.
I live near Austin. Honestly, I loved the sweet and spicy bacon burger the best. And we're getting it back in a couple of weeks.
>Edgy pc masterrace kid
(Didn't even have a pc, tbh)
>Apply at Whataburger
>Only thing left to apply to after applying to McDonald's so many times.
>Get Call back
>Told to be there for an interview the next day
>Get in ultra try hard mode
>Trim on neckbeard
>Semi decent clothes
>go to interview
>Fucking nail it
>mfw it's a shit job so they'll hire anyone
Wish I had the same attitude.
I worked 9 months at Walmart before calling it quits in January.
Granted I'm currently going to school but I've been drastically looking for a job that I can tolerate that could possibly not have me deal with customers.
I even made the mistake of taking a job at a new Studio Movie Grill that was opening up, I didnt even need to dress nice, they just cared if I wanted the job which seemed too good to be true when I realized I was driving about 30 mins for this risky job when I could easily get jobs that were within around a 5 mile radius.
Should the worst happen I'll probably go work at BK or Dairy Queen.
I didn't major in business. I did Computer Science and Math. I hate them both now, but I got the degrees almost completed.
I'll probably just run my parents business for a bit and accumulate capital. I should easily be able to retire by 30, if I try-hard.