I have an opportunity to work in Saudi Arabia for 18 months, on a secure base near Mecca. The pay is tax free, living costs are free and I would earn around 80,000 GBP for a basic project control role. My company will fly friends and colleagues to Dubai to visit every few months.
However, my girlfriend of 6 years will leave me if I take it.
The industry is engineering and I would be in a low tier management role.
What would you do?
Seems to me you have bigger problems than your future career. If your girlfriend won't support you, dump her. This stupid "if you go ill leavv you you motherfucker" attitude is ungrateful and if you let force your decision she will probably to do it down the road as well.
Are you aware that working in Saudi is often a career ender? It's a strange place in that you need good qualifications to work there, but the actual work you'll be doing is less than what you're qualified to do.
I'd give Saudi a big, fat pass UNLESS you're needing to save a wad of cash.
Idea: Pokestop shop
I was thinking of going downtown and setting up the equivalent of a lemonade stand and calling it the Pokestop Shop. I'd set up next to 2-3 pokestops and keep them constantly lured while selling bottled water and snacks. If business is good I'd start selling shirts, stickers, and maybe bring a couple batteries and charge people for charging their phones.
What do you guys think? What are the legal issues I might run into doing this?
>thinking there will be another crash in the next 10 years
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noice, new general
price is at 0.00007997btc 0.051usd
Fuck yeah! We need some high energy MAGA in here before this bitch launches to Alpha Centauri.
So I've got a paid off house worth around ~180k euros and I'm considering selling it and buy around half of it worth of btc.
Rate my plan
I'll provide my honest opinion then, I don't believe bitcoin is a safe place for your money. I would invest that money into some sort of rental property or even a business, you know, real things.
i just bought usd and euro 50/50 with my 10 thousand turkish liras. d-did i do good ?
Poorfag here, need that gtx 1060. Any jobs online that are easy to attain?
Haha a pic of Bother Nathaniel
Why do you torture yourself choosing a side already destined to win
The fact you feel anything says you already failed
You have to care about no one but yourself.
I am debating on if I need a car or not /biz/ and just how important is "living".
As of right now, I am incredibly bored. I take the bus to work and back. The trip to work and back is about 2 hours total. If I had a car, it would be 1 hour total, to and back.
I am hesitant to get a car because I only have 8k USD saved up and a decent used car runs like 6k USD. I feel vulnerable having only 2k left and that doesn't even include shit like having to pay for car insurance.
I am also incredibly depressed because having to take the bus everywhere...
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I see.. there are a lot of crazy people on public transport I noticed. Why is that?
Anyway, I am just scared of spending huge chunks of money. These student loans I am paying back.. I pay them back comfortably but I pay more than I need to per month to keep them decreasing. Should I slow down? I typically have to pay maybe 500 dollars a month between all my loans. I pay about 700 total to pay them back faster.
In roughly 6 weeks I will be launching my first ever business.
I have calculated that I will make a minimum of $17k a year or a maximum of $1.2m a year.
So somewhere between those two numbers is where i'll be looking at.
>is it worth it?
What should my next move be? 26, will make about 60k this year. I have about 20k in savings, no IRA, no stocks, no 401k at my company. I figure I have a good emergency fund, but not enough to invest at this time. I was thinking maybe a CD or some savings bonds, maybe 5k to start? I feel like the market is going to take a big drop by the end of the year so I want to stay out for now.
Open up a MyRA from the treasury department.
Open up a Robinhood and put 100-200 a paycheck into it.
Open a Treasury Direct account and drop 100 on EE series bonds every check.
Other than that you would need to potentially branch out to make any money.
Hey guys. I just made a linkedin so I can try to get a job and become more normie. Any of you guys have linkedin or have friends that have linked in that can add me? right now i have zero friends and i asked my mom to make an account but she says she doesn't know how.
Ok you fucking gluttons today we're going to learn how to save some money by attacking one of your fattest areas of spending- food. This is a small collection of what I've learned over the years. I've never had to go to bed hungry, and I'm healthy as fuck. All it takes is a little effort (which may be too much for you) and forethought.
1. Junk Food
Your body needs real food. Not candy, not chips, not soda. Not only does this shit-tier food cost a whole lot more, it actually destroys your insides and makes you feel like garbage. You won't feel satisfied after eating a bag of chips or guzzling a 2-liter bottle of Mountain Dew. Instead, eat real food that you've made yourself. No added sugar or lab-created ingredients. Start eating things you've heard of before, and ditch the mystery ingredients.
>get a job in Hollywood
>average pay but i mingle with the actors making 10 million a movie
>ask what they plan on doing with the money
>all of them say they will put it in a bank and live off the interest
i almost popped a blood vessel when they said this
Is anyone as autistic as me at tracking their expenses?
is 2 monitors a meme?
I'd say in most case no. It's nice to have them even if you're doing nothing more than watching videos on one and playing games/reading something on the other.
Of course if you're daytrading or something then a second monitor becomes much more useful.