State your job, salary, and age
>Chef at Wendy's
>Haven't been working cause school
>Got summer job. 100 dollars per job plus tip.
>200 dollars a day on average, but don't work every day
>going to school for stem
>big bucks coming one day
it's not too sad because it means i can have stability while i venture into game development.
2900 is not like a super lot in seattle/surrounding area. i live alone so it's really just average
In the US at least, it's hard to be under 25 making over $60-70k unless you have a skill or went to a top 30 school. Other than that you start from the bottom with just a Bachelor's
was already employed with another task so had little experience but my boss rly likes me. Not easy to get without experience.
only thing required is a license costs about $350 and where i live its a 2 day course.
Oh yeah, i keep forgetting you need to be a "genius" in order to make a decent income, in Norway you can make up to 30k each year just working behind the counter in a Gass station alone
it's actually a quite a long list of little physical conditions and majorly crippling depression/anxiety. the short of the physical problems is i can't stand/walk for 30 minutes, run, or lift.
>I don't even give a shit about books, students, faculty, or anything besides my fucking self and my own interests, but I remain super nice, and helpful to all of the faggots that attend.
>most students are disgusting pigs who happen to be some of the dumbest people I've had the displeasure of interacting with on a daily basis
>severely overpaid, and underworked
This is the easiest, most laid-back job I have had, to date. Unless I stab someone at work, call everyone niggertits, or try to rape students and faculty, I am quite secure with my position. It's stupidly excellent.
>lied on my resume to get the job to begin with
>they didn't even contact my references
Their fault, not mine.
Night clerk at local gas station.
And insurance and crap
25. I still have dreams my culinary degree will one day get me the cooking job I dream of. I was told that working in any chain restaurant is a death sentence to any culinary career.
man, i posted ironically just because i figured someone would shit on me for not working and contributing. nice to see kind anons around. i've only popped in on /b/ infrequently over the last years, it's changed a lot since 10 years ago.
>unemployed with a masters degree
>$123,000 in student loan debt
Nope. they keep that stuff very secret. I was testing WiiU games waiting for NX stuff but there was a lack of projects so now I work in the call center. I was so close to those NX games I could almost taste it.
Chemical Engineer (plastics)
$34.40/hour - Still paying off loans
Bro, let me put it this way. People in the midwest are living alone on $700 a month disability, which is fairly standard. You would be a fucking KING. But then again you would be living in flyoverland without all the bells and whistles of Seattle, but if you really have such bad anxiety/depression you probably don't go out much anyway.
Seriously though, consider moving to the midwest. You would be pretty much rich out there. Stop into the local shit-kicker bar, flash a hundred and get swarmed with flyover pussy.
Night stocker at Hyvee.
10 bucks an hour.
Its not that hard but goddamn it's soulless work.
No. Cops come in a lot. Im at the cross section of like 3 cop routes. And all the local nignogs love me. For some reason.
Every two months I apply to the two local "5 star" establishments and the few local ma and pop resturants. Like I said I stay away from anything that has more than two locations. I was told that serious restaurants hate to see that on a resume. Dont worry I cook like a mad cunt at home
Job: Electrician (Journeyman Inside Wireman)
Salary: $34.20/hour on the Check, with another $30/hour in Bennies (Health Insurance, Vacation, and etc).
i'm actually from SE Wisconsin originally. haha
i don't think it's a place a lot of females frequent, but you are welcome to represent. not trying to dump on you.
so no reveal? haha...
20.82 / hour + time and a half of unlimited over time
>29 and single
Anyone know of a good career or trade for someone with a felony on their record? It's non-violent and not drug related). I don't want to work for fucking min. wage because of this shit and I want to support myself.
Personal assistant for my brother. 30Y 35K per year
I can second this. I work for my dad's construction business and as long as you didn't do anything crazy we hire. And if you ask to take forklift operating classes we usually pay for it and it's $18 bucks starting once you're certified.
>High School Dropout
>make 11 bucks a hour doing grounds work
>was supposed to make 10 a hour but got a raise 1 month in working
>promotion coming soon
>being taught Plumbing and AC
Free college, Decent money, And fun work. School sucks
Yea, that makes sense. Is that still a thing? Bleh.
Damn, childcare is expensive.
What is Canada like, in a general sense? I feel like i could move out this country just to try it.
At his age, he's probably an apprentice and a fresh one at that. Once he's out of his time he'll likely make thrice that.
He'll still come home late and smelling like shit though. He should have been an electrician. Electricians go home at 3:30 and smell like money.
Yeah. Still a thing.
*Good childcare is expensive.
Canada is very diverse ethnically, and each province is very different. I live outside Toronto, where the cost of living is reasonable, but housing is expensive. I love Canada though. I feel lucky to live here! What's Seattle like? I've never been!
Christ, shut the fuck up. You will always need someone to stand behind the county at gas stations, at least pay them a decent wage.
>People are STILL clinging to this poisonous model of runaway capitalism that has failed beautifully
Lol, im not getting fucked over. Im 26 at just 91k for design. but its product design. Where the fuck are you that you got that much? Based on what you said I assume west coast but idk for sure.
Yeah it's pretty sweet, we both only work around 20 hours per week and that basically consists of liaising with department store managers (we are a greeting card importer) and keeping up appearances. We have a team of sales agents that do the ground work for us and a warehouse team that ship orders and manage inventory. Don't get me wrong, it has it's moments and can be stressful at times but overall it's great and our daughters will likely inherit the business.
Also, I take that back, UX is the new hot topic so I guess that makes sense. Its funny though because good design is usually just common sense mixed with good aesthetic, but people cannot for some fucking reason, understand that. I deal with some fucking idiots at my job. Then I do something and they are like, ooooh wooow thats great and im like... dude for real?
Dietary aide in nursing home
9.60 weekdays. 10.50 weekends
I'm an Electrician, we're in the top tier for trades with Pipe Fitters/Plumbers and Trades with a Welder Classification (Boilermakers and some Iron Workers). And I know we'll take guys with records, though we will kick them if they recidivate.
Well, nobody responded to me here >>682866150 and I'm bored tonight. I werk for Applel. Ask me anything.
>I use an iPhone and a Mac
>I tear apart jailbreaking tools to ruins yer funz n ricing
>I suggest ways that other people on my team could efficiently and effectively patch holes in iOS security
I agree. For most projects, design is just common sense and following best practices. The whole "UX" part only comes into play when you're trying something new or creating an untested UI. I work with companies on Wall Street so that literally NEVER happens. Every client wants a reskinned/rearranged version of something that already exists.