Career Questions tagged Income
I am an incoming Freshman and to help with finances I would like to find a job on campus but am worried I would be taking on too much for my first year. I am looking for advice, I feel like I can do it but want more tips from others who have tried and succeeded with so much first year....
I live in Bayville, New Jersey. I heard that jobs down here will pay less money than jobs further north near the Hoboken, Jersey City, NYC areas. Is this fairly true?
It really makes me wonder how this can be. I mean, its got to be common sense because further north means more people and more business. Personally, I would not want to change locations for work just for better income. People always tell me to go north because that is where the money is. I get...
I am a ninth grader and am looking into careers for the future. I want to be an interior designer but I am afraid that the income won't be good enough to live on. I don't want to chose a job based on income but that part of choosing a job worries me and I want to be sure. #interior-design...
How do you maintain a balance between doing what you love and making sure you are making a good amount of money?
I am a high school senior and even though I do not know what career I wish to pursue, I want to make sure that I am doing something I love, while still being able to comfortably support myself. I guess I would just love to hear different perspectives on your career and how you keep the balance...
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