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How much you earn in monthy ?
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Why do you need to know ?

Dun mind telling... about ( 1 - 2k )

// I'm a student.
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Just for relaxing :)
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Same here, usually about $750 a paycheck, paid twice a month, so around $1500 a month. It's not much, but this is my first full time job after college, so I'm not suppose to be making a million a year.
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£750. Assistant cook while at collage :P
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Currently just under $2300 a paycheck paid twice a month (that is USD). This is about to change though :D
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I make 10 grand a month. But I hate my job so bad.

On the other hand I just bought a new ZX-14

I almost quit last week. I think I will almost quit this week. But the money is real, and it's really good.
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10 grand a month???????? What job are you in
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Php programming. And some C++

Almost all PHP though
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$10,000 a month, Jesus If i was you i would never leave that job :)
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Man, if I made even half that, I would save up enough to move out of this good for nothing dump Nebraska and go to heaven on earth...western Montana.
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or go to the best place in the world, The UK LOL :P
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I actually would like to eventually get out of the US and travel Europe for a while after I graduate.

Wait, I need money for that? Crap.

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I currently make $0/month. I'm a full time student with no job at the moment.
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in the US dont people who go to collage get paid for going? I know here in the UK we have a system called EMA. £30.00 a week its not much i know. Im just curious.
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Yes, I hate the job, but I got one of these on Saturday.

general-discussion/nice-knowing-you-all-t86145.html

It makes me feel a bit better about my job....
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are you trying to promote your thread or something lol :P
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No, just bragging that I got a new bike. It's blue. I love it. Where is your blue bike? ;-)
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WHOOO!!! Its blue and WAY better than yours :D
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my Yamaha DT is blue and red, does that count? :P
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in the US dont people who go to collage get paid for going? I know here in the UK we have a system called EMA. £30.00 a week its not much i know. Im just curious.


Ha! I wish! I had $1750 worth of scholarships during my two years of community college, and that covered less than a quarter of the total, and what it didn't cover my parents paid about half and I paid the rest, and I bought all my own books NEW because there were no used books, my cheapest college book was about $80 I think. So going to college usually ends up costing us money rather than making it. And tuition is going up up up too, so that really isn't helping.
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Wait in the uk Im sure you dont pay for collage until you are 19 or 21 i will have to look that one up, SO you have to pay to go to collage?
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3K - 3.5K building webapplications and identities for small to medium sized companies. In europe, but life's also more expesive over here

I'm flabbergasted every time I build some webapp/shop for a friend and they go and earn 30+k. I'm happy for them but, hell, I want in too. :?
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I think everyone wants in when that kind of money is involved :P
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I don't know about that. My apartment is pretty sparse mostly because I don't have the cash to go out buying big screens and leather couches and all that shiny stuff. I kind of like living on the cheap, it kind of keeps things in perspective. Usually about one full paycheck is almost enough to get me by for the entire month (rent and utilities, phone and internet, gasoline, groceries...beer) so the other paycheck either goes to savings or jeep parts or gets invested.
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// sweet kc ... I love your jeep lights (location) ...

I earn about R5000 a month ... but at the end of this month I am getting a raise so I have no idea what it will be then ... but I have my own company aswell where I make an average of about another R5000 a month for now ... so let's call it R10k ... and that works out to about $1250 a month (US) ...
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RT, this is off topic but i love your sig lol i took it off now :(
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Hey, thanks! I got bored and started goofing off one day and that was the best I could come up with.
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hey Kc0tma, do you have a picture of your jeep?
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I do! But it is at home on my laptop and I am at work on this dang blasted 7 year old XP clunker. So I'll stick it in my photobucket page then send you a linkadinkdink for it.
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I earn < $1000 only per mons.Poor me ! :D
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Big money never lasts. I laugh when I see people making a ton of money spending it on stupid things.
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I earn < $1000 only per mons.Poor me ! :D

It really doesn't matter if someone makes millions a month or not, to me it just counts if someone can enjoy life. To me, that's what it's all about.
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is this earning via online ??? or some job out there ?

because i go for a job out and also earn money online as a side income ;)
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I earn < $1000 only per mons.Poor me ! :D

It really doesn't matter if someone makes millions a month or not, to me it just counts if someone can enjoy life. To me, that's what it's all about.

You are sooooo right. I am making "big money", but almost every night when I go home I scream in the car and yank my hair. I totally hate this job but I need the money now.

When I started I gave myself a goal of "I just need to make it 6 months". That goal will be reached on March 23. Only 10 more days of pain left.
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why just 6 months if you dont mind me asking?
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You are sooooo right. I am making "big money", but almost every night when I go home I scream in the car and yank my hair. I totally hate this job but I need the money now.


I second that. I made a huge career mistake and found myself in my early 30's with a comfortable life doing a job I truly hated, it made me ill with stress :( I eventually quit but be warned; took me 4 years of incredibly hard slog to get back some sort of financial security :S
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$8-9K a month, but that is from my SEO job, freelance SEO I do, and SEO for my family's jewelry businesses...god I am getting sick of SEO...but the wife loves purses and handbags, so looks like I can't stop.
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How do you make that much cash doing basically just one thing? The reason I ask is because tomorrow is payday, so we got pay stubs today, and my boss accidently handed me his and I got a glimpse of $1,700 before he realized his boo-boo, which is quite a bit less than I expected it to be since he is the department head. He does have his officers retirement pay and all the medical benefits and disability from when he was in the Marines (capitalized for grinch :) ) but that still seems pretty low.
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Well it's one thing, but 3 different ways of getting paid.

The SEO full time job is salary.
The SEO freelance is hourly.
The SEO family business job is comission based.

I am working 60+ hours a week though.
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why just 6 months if you dont mind me asking?

I took into consideration a home equity loan that I wanted to pay off, my total mortage costs during the time to pay off the loan, and some "gravy".

At first I thought 3 months (30 grand), but then I thought if I could just stick it out for 6 months that would be an easy 60K in my pocket and I would have no home equity loan, a new bike, new computer, and some gravy.Just enough to get back to my web businesses.

The key was the gravy. How long can I stick it out and collect "gravy" from a job I hate.
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ah ok, what do you plan on doing when you leave this job then mate?
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Just enough to get back to my web businesses...

As above.

I was doing really well with my websites, then not so well, then good, then bad. But the income from those websites, plus this job, plus a roommate, plus a $30,000 programming contract that was done while working this job, plus my dad died and left me a tonne of cash...means I should have enough of a float to try again to build a successful website business.

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well I wish you good luck dude :P
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$8-9K a month, but that is from my SEO job, freelance SEO I do, and SEO for my family's jewelry businesses...god I am getting sick of SEO...but the wife loves purses and handbags, so looks like I can't stop.


:lol:


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Big money never lasts. I laugh when I see people making a ton of money spending it on stupid things.


Our contract java programming earns pretty big $ and we've spent most of it wisely ;) :lol:
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Just enough to get back to my web businesses...

As above.

I was doing really well with my websites, then not so well, then good, then bad. But the income from those websites, plus this job, plus a roommate, plus a $30,000 programming contract that was done while working this job, plus my dad died and left me a tonne of cash...means I should have enough of a float to try again to build a successful website business.

JM

If I were you, I'd probably stick for another 6 months, John. A website business isn't easy I think. Why have you done from good to bad, and swung about. No offense, really. Maybe you should go with the business as well while working for that company and wait till your business can cover your expenses steadily. I mean, if you stopped, you stop receiving, accumulating your 401k for your future retirement. That's the downsides of running a business if it didn't go as expected and downhill. We don't have 401k retirement benefits here, but just as same in every country I think, we have something that does the same job, to ensure a lum sum in our retirement account. We call it Employee Provident Fund here. Still, I wish you all the best regardless which route you're taking.
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Just enough to get back to my web businesses...

As above.

I was doing really well with my websites, then not so well, then good, then bad. But the income from those websites, plus this job, plus a roommate, plus a $30,000 programming contract that was done while working this job, plus my dad died and left me a tonne of cash...means I should have enough of a float to try again to build a successful website business.

JM

If I were you, I'd probably stick for another 6 months, John. A website business isn't easy I think. Why have you done from good to bad, and swung about. No offense, really. Maybe you should go with the business as well while working for that company and wait till your business can cover your expenses steadily. I mean, if you stopped, you stop receiving, accumulating your 401k for your future retirement. That's the downsides of running a business if it didn't go as expected and downhill. We don't have 401k retirement benefits here, but just as same in every country I think, we have something that does the same job, to ensure a lum sum in our retirement account. We call it Employee Provident Fund here. Still, I wish you all the best regardless which route you're taking.


I agree. The website business is much more competitive then it was even 2 years ago and I have been doing this since 99...every year it gets harder for me and I am an SEO. I know it sucks, but I would get this web business started while staying at your current job. I mean if it's in a competitive business, it could be a here until your profitable. But if you work to build it up and still have another source of income, I think it work a lot better for you...
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>>If I were you, I'd probably stick for another 6 months, John. A
>>website business isn't easy I think. Why have you done from good
>>to bad, and swung about.

I think you're right. Even though I now have "gravy" enough to support myself for a bit, I should make sure I have enough gravy squared.

Also, the economy is supposedly in a slump, so take the cash while it's available.

Gravy buys alot of bandwidth too!

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