Have you lied on our resume before? How did it work out?
Also how much could you or have you gotten away with? Can you lie about a degree or do employers check or ask for a copy of it? I know its harder to lie about experience but you can put a friends number down as an ex employer to solve this. What do you think /biz/ is it worth it?
i am currently a student and found a “route supervisor” job that pays 38-42k which is about 3.5x what i am making now. I could still go to school with this job which claims to be entry level but asks that you have some type of supervisor/managerial experience. Thinking about lying on resume about said experience and go for it. Whats the worst that can happen?
>get a loan to invest
you mean that thing people do all the time? either you would:
>invest your loan, make a profit, pay off loan, enjoy financial success
>invest your loan, end up failing, now you're in debt for the loan amount, enjoy a financial set back
good luck in the world of business and finance little guy!
Hey /biz/ young fag here, 18yo in high school. I don't have anything planned yet but I want to be rich. Best career paths to make money and how to achieve them?
Is it possible to move to la as a poorfag?
Sorry if this is a common question here. I'm making a video game and it's maybe a third done. I need money to finish it, but not all that much, really. So I've been looking at the possibility of a Kickstarter campaign. At first glance, it seems almost too good to be true... Show your game to the world and watch everyone line up to give you their money. But really looking at their stats and what others have said about the experience raises a few red flags.
First off, the fact that these giant studios use it is discouraging. A project like...
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Knowing that it's Sony, they probably needed the $6,000,000 because their company is in shambles right now. This isn't my area of knowledge, but why not just try Steam Greenlight?
Nice quints by the way.
KS are still good, assuming you have some type of fanbase. Like, do you have a blog where youre posting updates and people actually want to see this game get done? Would people want this game to get done so badly that theyd share it with their friends and suggest they donate too etc?
You cant just start up a KS without any prior fanbase and hope people will take a look at it and donate.
David Shkreli is streaming
he responds to comments
ask him to come to this board :)
i spoke to him on reddit, he seems like a cool guy
he didn't break any laws and people who needed the drug for nonresearch purposes weren't being price gouged so I don't know why people believe he did anything wrong
I want to be a sleek business man.
Can I become a analyst? Do I need extra training.
What jobs in finance can i get with a undegrad maths degree ?
Thank you :)
Well, this is convenient, I just answered the same question in another thread.
"General finance (assurance, audit, consulting, tax, etc): I'd opt for avoiding it like the plague. If you go to any above average uni, you'll see the Big 4 advertising heavily, to the point where they're often voted the best graduate recruiters. It turns out that they're accepting applications from ANY FUCKING DEGREE. Let that sink in for a moment, it'd be hard for you to compete with people with finance degrees, but now you're having to compete basically everyone. Good fucking luck with that. To make matters worse, their intern turnover rates are over 90% and getting the internship is just as impossible as getting the job. So basically, I'm saying that mainstream finance borders on impossible.
Banking: Long story short, go watch a documentary - the whole sector is corrupt as fuck and it's extremely competitive anyway, while being insanely stressful and long hours, I made a bigger post to that shit guy who's spamming about how he wants to be an investment banker. I'll quote it since I suspect the mods will crush him soon.
"You don't want to get into investment banking. Go watch a fucking documentary on Enron, Bernie Maddoff or the global financial crisis. All investment bankers do is backstab people, including each other. It's human nature to overcome limits, like how you keep on bumping this fucking thread - the limits in the business world are capital, and regulations. So the top firms hire top lawyers and accountants and shit to cheat those regulations and sure - they'll get fucking rich, only to fall when they're caught or come the next inevitable rescission.
You cannot win, don't even try."
Obscure parts of finance (e.g. actuarial work, insurance shit): that's my main backup plan, I'm looking to learn more, at least I'll only be competing with STEM graduates
Also, see boards.4chan.org/adv/thread/16479279 before it dies.
Guy with a masters in finance, are sales/advising ok? I just want a not absolutely boring job that also gives me a bunch of free time or at least has set hours. I literally dont have any idea what i want to do.
What should i do with 100k ?
Buy real estate?
Housing market crash in Canada when?
How do I make money online? I'm willing to work as hard as I need to, I just cannot find a job to do online. I've tried writing papers for people, but that didn't work. Any suggestions?
What would you do if you inherited 1/2 of $1Billion?
I inherited 120k from my father and have a somewhat very low cost of living. Would it be worth it to basically live off of it during my whole 20s? Rent is 275$ a month, food is below 60$ a week. I basically spend 10k a year at most.
Is the freedom+youth worth it compared to less ease in my 30+ years?
> food is below 60$ a week.
Are you implying that's not a lot? Because that's quite a bit.
tbqfwy you should just invest it. If you follow your plan... what are you going to do AFTER your 20s?
Are you in school? Are you employed?
If you don't care about any of that, then sure. Waste that money and live NEET for the next 12 years.
Fuck no, the point of youth is to do fun things. If you're spending 10k per year you're not enjoying your youth anyways.
Buy a house in your neighborhood, invest half of the remainder, use the other half for a vacation or expenses for a bit, get back to work.
After 6 Months on a secure card, I finally have credit.
Also CC general
Honestly didn't trust this thing, kept to it using my entire $300 limit every month, never missed a payment & well, it's paid off.
Desperately waiting for the next big crash to cash in.