While you guys waste your time getting an education that won't get you a job I dropped out of college and am in a construction company getting union pay 42/hr at 20 yrs old. Checkmate
Femanon here. Message me on instagram if you are trying to make money
Subcontracting. Seriously, what the fuck are you doing trying to retire from Walmart? You know what's happening at my local Walmart? 20 new self checkouts are being installed.
Meanwhile at Wendy's:
Your jobs are not going to pay more. They are being eliminated. Better get inventive.
Hey man. Really need some help and wanna change my situation.
What's it like doing your job? Pros and cons and stuff? If I feel it appeals to my best interests, how can I get a job doing that?
Hey, so does anybody actually fall for this scam anymore? Doesn't everybody already know how this works and why nobody is actually going to make any money off this? Is anybody here dumb enough to give you their bank account information?
Advice for my young OP eager in the construction trade. Ask lots of questions. Asking questions gets noticed and proves you're not a fuckin know-it-all like most of the young faggots I see come and go.
Art Director, didn't finish High School.
I design for Sony, Old Navy, Paramount, etc...
Started at $75K/year I'm at 135K/year after 8years of dedication (started at 18).
I laugh all the way to the bank, I'm buying/selling real state on the side now. Total year income $250k free the rest goes to investing and spending (reaching 330k/year past year)
Might get that 500k/year goal this year, all fingers crossed faggots.
Well that's in line with cost of living, you're nothing special op
Set yourself up as a company and go looking for contracts. Or just work for yourself. Great time to install gutter covers. Heck, mowing contracts pay out pretty well. Truck, small trailer, riding mower, weed eater, you're in business. Think about it, $40 to mow a lawn every two weeks. Times 50. Or 100. Easy.
Word anon. Excontractor here. I made a small fortune in my early twenties. Lost everything to drugs but that's not the point. Construction is the way to go, but the majority of these fucks are to useless to work with their hands.
>make more then bachelors of whatever
>buy the bro truck of your dreams
Thanks for the response. I live in poverty. I'll get the money. I'll save it. I'll sell my body to fat truckers and let them tickle my belly button from the inside.
But adviceanon, how do you mean? I don't quite understand.
Lawyerfag here. I'm 28, spent a third of my life so far in college/law school and, honestly, they were the best years of my life. Drinking, fucking, traveling and playing sport all day, having no commitments to anyone, never having to worry about finances. I also learned to think in a structured, critical fashion and forged lots of lifelong friendships and connections.
You'll never have that experience. You'll also never understand what it's like to be a leader or a person of influence in society. You'll always be a pawn. The only reason you think you're the smart one is that you're too stupid to know any better.
Do I hate my job? Sometimes. It's getting towards 10pm and I'm just getting ready to go to Friday night drinks. But at least I can do this for the next forty years and my income, which is already high, will only get higher.
>go out and see anything that needs to be done that you think you can get done
>ask the owner of the property if he'd like you to do it
>agree on price and scheduling
Hell you can make money giving away obamaphones if you live in the US. Sit under a canopy and sign people up all day. Pays $5 a phone.
You can also do housing inspections, cleanups, even lawnmowing for the government and the banks. They have to pay someone to maintain all those foreclosed properties or the city will fine them. Just be that person.
I keep about 1K at home, though it's dwindled to about $700 now.
Cash is King. And always will be. When I (infrequently ) buy drugs I need a few hundred.
And one night someone listed a mint condition sabot on CL for $300. I was at his house with cash in hand in about 15 min.
But I always pay via credit card if I can (which I completely pay off every month) because I get 1% back (and 5% from most food places, Amazon, etc)