You do realize that, statistically speaking, the average non-engineering college grad who isn't going into a PhD, JD, or MD program and doesn't have a standing offer for a position making at least $60k starting is better off commissioning as an officer in the military, right?
>Starting O1 makes ~$35k plus well over $10k in housing and cost of living benefits which are tax free >Pretty much guaranteed promotion to O2 within six months, making $40k plus the aforementioned benefits which are tax free >If you're multi-lingual in the right languages up to 12k per year in additional pay is also on the table from when you're certified by the military to be proficient
Keep in mind that the average college grad starts at $35k unless they're in one of those groups I mentioned.
>inb4 rectally devastated people who didn't fully process my stated qualifiers
I've googled around including for the state in my country (Queensland Australia). But can anyone give me an indication what is the norm in this situation.
I'm renting a property and its been for sale, open houses every weekend, I don't care much. Its taken them a year because people aren't very interested in its location.
The lowdown: My tenancy ends in March, but they already had me renew for a 1 year rental agreement going from this coming march to next. If it sells before this agreement ends, would the next years still keep? Or would I need... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1071254 Thats the thing, its being sold by a Super Fund. The property itself is a 100% faceless investment of the state. I have a very good relation with the Realty Office. But we know salespeople are always two faced.
So I am taking an International Business course in my senior year of Highschool. Id just like to point out PowerPoint slides my teacher made for our exam review, because of how bullshit his teaching is.
Basically, post stories of shitty teachers or business lessons
>recently graduated with a petroleum engineering degree
Am I mcfucked? If the price of oil goes back up I'll have no relevant experience on my resume and companies will just hire a more recent graduate with everything still fresh in their mind, I had an internship but in my final year I couldn't even find one. Is it true degrees have an "expiry date"?
I was thinking about starting a IG dropship business. I would basically fix a aliexpress dropship system that's connected with shopify which i then promote on instagram. Does anyone have experience in this kind of thing and has any tips or feedback? I would target girls in my country that probably would be interested in a specific product if branded well enough.
I'd just buy some marketing courses, personally. Then set a pn ad budget, test a lot and learning doing. I'm seriously skeptical the average college program is going to tell you much about social media or internet marketing that isn't already outdated.
You're already running a business so there's no real point in spending quite a lot of time and money to learn how to run a business. Go with the shorter, specialised courses to learn something new and useful instead.
Generally most business owners are either CEO's or CFO's. That means you can manage the money great or expand great, but not both. Recognize what one you are and address your weakness, but ultimately you need a partner.
>>1071082 I work 84 hour work weeks. It's not too bad. I work six weeks, get two off. It's pretty nice since it's good pay too. Company handles housing and food for those two weeks. I'm not a high position yet, but I have family elsewhere in the company and he gets his flights and stuff paid for too. Only problem is the company is stingy with raises since most people are pretty shit/shady workers and they just don't want to pay more money out.
Used to. Was working a government contract and the company didn't want to hire people. I'd work 70 to 80 hours a week, all hourly, with night time shift differential and made damn good money doing it. Easily bring home $4,000+ paychecks every two weeks. Did that for a little over a year.
>just randomly wander into /biz/ while traveling far from my home russian imageboard >everyone is discussing how they wageslave better and speculative stocks
What the dick? Where's actual business owners? Success stories? Tax evasion tips? People in 2ch biz are doing networking and hr in a sticky, discussing online betting services, web design studios, electronics repair shops, construction materials production and how to get subsidized by the state and how to (not) pay taxes. Mushroom agriculture, vape... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Alright /biz/, I started at a pretty big financial advising firm here in Texas about a month ago, and they've consistently been the top producers in the country for the past 3 years. I'm pretty fresh, so all the meetings I have with clients are with either a branch manager, or the senior vice president of our firm. I've brought in two high net worth clients in the past week and I feel like the advisors I'm bringing aren't doing a good enough job closing my clients for me. I'm obviously new as fuck (i.e. don't know enough about the products,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
even in the 1 in a million chance you were right and what they were doing is wong, how do you expect it to go down? "Don't tell me how to do my job" "You've been here a few weeks and I was here making millions before you even graduated kindy!" "My dad raped me"
Never go over someone's head like that in a corporate environment unless they're doing something illegal.
Even if the higher ups listen to you (unlikely) they'll think of you as a rat from that point on. Your other colleagues will hate you for it, they'll be careful what they say around you and they'll be waiting for you to fuck up.
>>1071037 You are clearly on FUCKING EASY MORON mode of living.
>500euro >a week Fucking discgrace to every man. You are not a man, you are scared of life.
>25yo >graduated university >full time state job >at work risk of being injured, risk of being infected by parasites/hard illness etc. >320-330euro... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
anyone know a good website or youtube channel for micro and macroeconomics basics? and if you had to choose to revise one of them in one day for an exam which would be more important? thank you in advance, is it possible to learn both in 1 day for an exam on tuesday? i only know supply and demand curves...
>>1071015 kinda crazy to read this, im in the exact same situation, having to revise for my microeconomics exam on tuesday. ive only compiled some of the stuff so far, still have to learn it. i also have my macroeconomics exam coming up, but i dont think its possible to learn both in 1 day, sorry brah, im gonna skip that exam. unfortunately, i cant really point you to a website or youtube channel either. there are great youtube channels that offer free lectures, but the videos are probably too long to finish before your exam.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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