Im 29 years old and have been raising beef cattle for the last 5 years I only have a small operation with 12 cows, but I enjoy it and would like to make this my full time source of income, I was noticing even in the rural area I live in no one my age is into this type of business except maybe 2 other guys and I wonder why? I know that it is profitable so why do young ppl shy from this type of career ?
Well, I have no land and no cattle. Plus I know nothing about animals. How on earth could I possibly get such a career? It's easier to get a deskjob or start my own business. That's why no one does it.
If you start such a business I might be wise to diversify your products a bit though. And get a good insurance in case something happens to your products.
>>1023559 I'm 24 and I would love to earn a living doing something related to agriculture. The main obstacles to someone like me doing this sort of thing is the fact that it seems like a difficult profession to break into. Most people who do this lifestyle were born into families that have been doing it for years. There seems to be a lot that can go wrong - especially if you don't know what you're doing.
>>1023559 This line of work interests me but I don't come from that culture and would find trouble getting started. I'm 19 right now and I've applied to SO many ranch hand jobs but they pretty much only want experience. Any advice on how to get into this stuff would be greatly appreciated.
Also, how profitable would you say it really is? As far as I know, cattle ranches have been offering other sorts of entertainment (horse rides and shit to stay afloat).
I'm still in high school, but I really want to start my own business. I have no clue what type of business I would be interested in getting into, but I just have a deep desire to create one and grow it into a successful one.
Is college worth going to? If so what degrees would be best to pursue for this?
Is there anything I can do now while I'm still in highschool. I feel like I am wasting valuable time.
a direction is important. sounds like you just want to build a business because you idolize the idea of being a boss and doing 'your thing'. it's a tremendous amount of work, you want to make sure you enjoy and understand the field.
learn how to code, and maybe acquire some level of design skill. those two are huge and will benefit you in almost any imaginable path you take.
Have you ever thought about becoming a pre-op tranny and sucking cocks. Heard the supply outweighs the demand, start out sucking a dozen dicks a day. Save up enough $ to get a boob job, then you hit the big time baby. Maybe move to Vegas and work your craft or dare I say maybe get into the fetish film industry.
So only a year after graduating college and I find myself in the position of having to re-build an international online business more or less from the ground up.
To summarize, I got an internship at a company that runs multiple international online stores and several other online properties, with multiple office branches worldwide. The majority of employees at said company laughably quit over the duration of 2015, with the intern (me) left holding the bag in many ways. I am now expected to restructure, re-employ and revive the company using what we have.
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There are a lot of resturants and companies in my area who have a decent client base, but no online presence. Im thinking to offer them a webpage and host it for them. It´ll be really easy to create a webpage, since ill be using wordpress. Do you guys think this will work?
>>1023352 As someone who develops related software, Ethereum is mostly useless. It's fueled by bitcoin hype from people who latch onto buzzwords and don't know what they're talking about.
Yes it's programmable, but the API makes no fucking sense whatsoever and it's pretty limited what you can actually make with it. It's an interesting research project, but beyond that it's not worth getting all worked up over
>"Every institution in the city I have spoken to is looking at Ethereum to build their blockchain apps for the next five to 10 years," declared Ethereum communications officer Ken Kappler. "It is basically the only game in town".
You little shitbirds with your fucking man-bobs and your goddam tribal tattoos and your fucking beercans in your earlobes need to listen up. Stop having your genitalia pierced for a minute and knock off sending nude snapchats to other fuckheads sporting duckfaces too.
I'm going to predict your fucking future:
1. You're young and invincible. No one gives a shit if you're living in your parents basement jacking it to brony porn or if you're a fucking hedge fund trader who doesn't know the difference between discount and mark-up. Apply... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'd rather play poker with my life and live like an idiot until I'm 35. Then hope to hit the jackpot with some product and be able to live nicely while putting generous amounts aside for retirement at ~70
>>1023326 >2. You will make money until you are about 50-ish and then some dick who was conceived in the dumpster behind some Nobu somewhere -- and is now managing your work -- will decide that the company is "going a different direction" and your high priced services won't be needed. Here's 2 weeks pay. At that time you are fucked.
Computer science in my opinion will always remain in highest demand, anything involving gas and oil distribution, medical & treatment, engineering, etc. I'm only a freshman in college so I don't know everything but I know those will definitely guarantee you a job after graduating. And when it comes to skills, many people *post grads who have the job they want* have gave me the same answer, don't be an asshole, be "diverse", be open to learn. :)
>>1023332 >>1023335 So computer science is basically a guaranteed job nowadays and in the years to come? Since it's getting increasingly outsourced, how does one stay competitive in the field? What skills should I prioritize, what certs should I get if I want to become a valuable asset in the industry?
What branch of CS is best to get into? I'm guessing it's either software engineering or security
Daily reminder to FUCK OFF if you are going to post ANY of the following threads:
>guys how to make 10 dollars into a million dollar by the next month >how do I make money working from home?
We have these fucking threads every goddamn day.
There is no easy way to make money quickly. If you want to make money working from home without any job experience or college degree, then good fucking luck making more than 5 dollars a day filling in fucking online surveys.
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>>1023285 Invest 10 million into a diversified account that gets a 5 percent return per year / pays dividends and live off of that. Use 5 million to invest in businesses / real estate. Use the other 5 to buy house cover expenses for a long time.
Buy houses to rent out, hire a guy to manage the renting operation so I never need to worry about it or deal with any of the people living there or making sure that the house is up to snuff, retire for life.
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