>potential for great pay, but in fierce competition with many extremely capable people, meaning you'll probably best-case be middling >relatively shit pay, but nowhere near as heavily pursued and most of the competition is lazy and/or stupid, meaning it will be easier to rise to the top
This year we had a massive drought in my region and due to this our local water company has decided to impose individual consumption goals based on your last 12 months consumption. If you aren't able to reduce the water usage per month, you'll have to pay a fine over the excess amount.
I think in times like these real businessmen are able to find solutions to their own problems, help the community, make profits, make the world a better place, and yada yada.
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i live in berlin. there is a HUGE industry here based around exploiting people who live on welfare. they are neither client nor vendor, they are simply the 'ressource' being moved around in a business transaction. it's highly unethical and part of what makes it work is the bureocratic nightmare that is germany, even for unskilled german citizens. for immigrants with little english and no german skills, it's an absolute nightmare. they are completely powerless.
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>>1013426 I find it funny how there are still absolutely no scientific studies on the immigration crisis. Nobody knows the structure of immigration wave, how many of those immigrants know english, percentage of nationalities, how many money they have and stuff like that. Basically its one big unknown, but politics and people act like immigrants are one homogenous mass and spout bullshit theories about them. Its all speculation and no facts when it comes to debates about the immigration crisis.
>>1013437 we don't have complete data but it seems safe to say the syrians (making up a large majority of refugees at the moment) are not well-educated and likely have poor english/german skills, given lack of schooling and low hdi of syria
How do I make my PayPal payment subscription failureproof? Like, if I subscribe to some website hosting, and the PayPal payment would fail, then the money would be taken from another PayPal account or my credit card directly.
How do the startups that raise millions of dollars spend that money? Like what do they spend it on? I understand like $1-10 million. But how can a team of like max 50 people need like $50 million? Only thing I can think of is advertising. I am currently running my second tech startup, and it is angel funded. But what would I ever need that much money for?
Oy /biz/, I'm completely new to finance and need some help in understanding something. When a company wants to do an IPO, what's the difference between wanting to sell N shares for $x and selling N/10 shares for $x*10 ? Thanks in advance.
>Tl;dr what's the difference between selling more shares for less and less shares for more?
1 - a service that allows elderly people to order groceries online, and have them delivered by a friendly young guy (or girl) to their house. particularly interesting in towns with lots of high buildings and a signficant ratio of elderly. service is marketed towards the children of the elderly, as they are much more receptive (obv).
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As of now, it's a profitable business. Problem is, I am one person. I have a lot of work where if I did it, it would be you know, $30/hour, $25/hour in profit, but I don't have time for that stuff so it gets thrown into a scrap pile and sold for pennies.
I'm working 80 hours per week and not able to do this stuff that I've been scraping because there is all the other shit I need to do.
Right now business consists of,
>acquire the electronics (me) >take them apart (me) >create ebay adds (me) >pack them all up (me) >ship them all (me) >deal with customers (me) >accounting (me)
What's the best way I can employ someone to make some of my work, you know, go away?
Surely there is somewhere in the process where I can hand it to someone being paid $8/hour and that will free up my time to pursue the $30/hour work that I just throw away
But everytime I want to hire someone, I get cold feet. What if they steal my stuff? What do I actually trust them to do? What if I have them in charge of ebay adds and they list $50 units for $5? What if I put them in charge of packing and they don't pack properly and stuff is damaged in shipment?
>>1013352 Your business is a bit more sophisticated than massproducing burgers... can you hire a younger cousin or sibling in an assistant capacity, so you can peak over their shoulder and check their work till they are up to speed?
I'm 19 with 6 months credit history but was accepted for an Amex platinum everyday cashback card, which gives me 5% cashback on up to £2000 spending in the first three months.
I'm /frugal/ so that normally wouldn't be possible for me, so I was wondering if /biz/ had any advice to utilise this offer without actually spending much. I'm using it at every opportunity and even buying things for other people on it in return for cash, but I won't make it unless I do something
>>1013326 I don't see how I'm doing that at all. I'm just using it for everyday expenditure. It's a free card so I pay nothing. Credit > Debit > Cash anyway. I've never paid interest. There would be no real economy if everybody was like me.
I currently have 10k invested in S&P 500 ETF, but I was wondering, isn't it better to invest those in a 3x bull S&P 500 ETF ?
Why not ? I'm in for the long term. Wouldn't it be more profitable ? What would it take for me to lose everything, -100% of the said ETF or -100% on the S&P ? Let's say S&P loses 10%, I'll lose 30%, right? I can assume that risk, would BTFD. Thank you.
When the investor gives you the money to start up the company for an equity - you can make an agreement with the investor to sell you back some of the shares more cheaply if the company reaches a milestone or whatever. How do you call this type of agreement with the investor?
I'm an american on a student visa on europe therefore I can only work part time jobs and I have some limitations I don't even know. How would you make money on my situation biz? inb4 suck dick inb4 ironic suck dick comment anyway
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