How rich are you??

Discussion in 'Men's Economics' started by Sk8man101, Jan 27, 2017.

  1. Sk8man101

    Sk8man101 Member

    Good choice.
    I have a lot of interviewing experiance man.
    I've bought online helping for interviews and listened for hours of questions and answers. I've boughten books and done mocked graded formal interviews with entire panels and shit.
    If anyone ever needs some help feel free to reach out.
     
  2. ddp7

    ddp7 Member

    Lol no jerkk off here champ.:D
     
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  3. Perrin Aybara

    Perrin Aybara Member

    It was actually the first interview I'd ever been to in my life. Every job I've ever had was through knowing someone.
     
  4. Sk8man101

    Sk8man101 Member

    Interviewing is very tough man.
    I've competed against sometimes thousands of people for less that ten jobs in front of formal interview panels.
    The job I have lined up now was against 200 candidates for 6 jobs and I was in the top 2 I beleive. One thing is forsure it takes a lot of studying and practice.
    Unfortunately most people practice all kinds of skills for their professions except the one that actually will get you the job, interviews.
     
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  5. XKawN

    XKawN Member

    I love interviews. I usually give them the first few questions and then I take over from there. The fact that I love me and think I'm the best at everything helps, lol.
     
  6. Sk8man101

    Sk8man101 Member

    "Hi, take a seat. So what does your company have to offer me as an employee?"
     
  7. XKawN

    XKawN Member

    No, no. I go on talking about how I was raised in customer service and how I'm a people person and how my work ethic defines me. I tell them "if I had to use one word that best describes me I would say that word is integrity because it's about doing the right thing even when nobody is watching". I've taught some younger people how to do interviews and I tell them (half jokingly) that if your gonna spew bullshit in an interview you have to actually believe that bullshit yourself because they'll see right threw it if you don't believe it. I find it best if you control the narrative slightly yet answer all the questions they have before they even ask them. Of course it helps if your charming about it rather than cocky and conceded.
     
  8. Megadick3000

    Megadick3000 Member

    Ive only ever worked for myself. It wasnt so much by choice, nobody would hire me, even getting an interview was tough. being expelled in grade 10 did not make things any easier. Its for the best though, i now make six figures and work an average of 5 hours a week to do it. Living the dream to be honest. Had i ever been employed by soneone else id probably have accepted that as the best i could do and be making like 30k a year working 50 hours a week.

    Its strange how life unfolds. Something that i thought would destroy my lif may have infact done the exact opposite.
     
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  9. Perrin Aybara

    Perrin Aybara Member

    Sounds amazing. Tenth grade was the last one i finished, but because I dropped out. I hope I get to that point someday. For now gotta get some money coming in asap though.
     
  10. Sk8man101

    Sk8man101 Member

    Sounds like the American Dream right there brother.
    What do you do?
     
  11. Megadick3000

    Megadick3000 Member

    Professional bank robber
     
  12. TheMyth89

    TheMyth89 Junior Member

    Fiancé brings home $2,800 per month after taxes and such and gets free health care from work. Before I had shoulder surgery I was taking home $2,400 after taxes per month. This income still isn't enough now I've been laid out from work so things are really tight now

    TM89
     
  13. wedorecover

    wedorecover Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    She is right I made more the 50 k and still live paycheck to pay check have cousin that makes a few hundred thousand a year same boat Iv also lived on welfare before so Iv been on both sides
     
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  14. fastasf

    fastasf Member

    That's just something poor people say lol. My now wife and I used to live on a combined $25k/year, barely getting by, before we both finished school. We fought constantly about money and there were many many nights I contemplated leaving. I'm sure she did the same. Now we are both thru school and very financially stable. I love her more than anything and we are happier than we've ever been. I was not happy with her, with myself, or life in general during those struggling times. Now, I am genuinely happy with my life and it is a direct result of success/money.
     
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  15. Perrin Aybara

    Perrin Aybara Member

    I'm planning on finding out what that's like to make that much in the next year. As a single guy with no kids, no car payment and no mortgage payment I feel like I'll live pretty well on it.
     
  16. gr8whitetrukker

    gr8whitetrukker Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    You will if you stay out of debt
     
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  17. Perrin Aybara

    Perrin Aybara Member

    I'm pretty good about that. I'm sure I'll be tempted to get a bunch of toys I don't need on credit, but we'll see.
     
  18. gr8whitetrukker

    gr8whitetrukker Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    You will. Everyone does. Then your barely getting by again.
    Be master of your destiny. Stay debt free
     
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  19. MythotiK

    MythotiK Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    I'm so rich, Uncle Sam took it all
     
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  20. XKawN

    XKawN Member

    You mean uncle Obama, lol.
     
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