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Old 03-17-2012, 04:21 AM   #1
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Your average monthly income

Just very interesting how many people earn in different countries.
Where I come from, Belarus today the national average of people earning U.S. $ 150-200.
I recently lost a good job on that in a month was from 3000 to 4000 U.S. dollars.
Today I did a beggar and get a month of 600-700 U.S. dollars.
But at the same machine we are, for example, my
BMW e46 2003, 5 manual transmission from 15 to 18 thousand dollars

I would like to hear how much you earn in a month
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Old 03-17-2012, 05:01 AM   #2
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2500-4000 depends on the hours... Prob avg a little overv 3 usually but my job required no degree no experience etc. been there a year and like it a lot now iv already received about 2$ in raises, and where supposed to get annual bonuses of around 3000-8000$ o us I build wind towers FYI
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Old 03-17-2012, 05:09 AM   #3
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2500-4000 depends on the hours... Prob avg a little overv 3 usually but my job required no degree no experience etc. been there a year and like it a lot now iv already received about 2$ in raises, and where supposed to get annual bonuses of around 3000-8000$ o us I build wind towers FYI
You mean little or no experience earn $ 3000 with no problems the U.S.?
I want to you ...
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Old 03-17-2012, 05:24 AM   #4
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you need to take some classes and learn it well, you limit yourself if you don't. And know I mean no experienceI had never worked a real blue colar job before this one. I was self employed and more of a people person.
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Old 03-17-2012, 05:34 AM   #5
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you need to take some classes and learn it well, you limit yourself if you don't. And know I mean no experienceI had never worked a real blue colar job before this one. I was self employed and more of a people person.
It's not in me, the case in our country and government ...
You from America? If yes, then there are people from Russia and Belarus and the home they no longer want to go back ...
Do you have a different attitude to the man.
We have people - is none, and none (((
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Old 03-20-2012, 01:35 AM   #9
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Old 03-20-2012, 10:21 PM   #10
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Well into 5 figures...it pays to be educated and certified.
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Well into 5 figures...it pays to be educated and certified.
What certs? I remember you saying CPA a while ago.


I make peanuts I'm at $3,166 but they pay for 5k a year in tuition and all stuff relating to the CPA.
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Old 04-14-2012, 08:20 AM   #13
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What certs? I remember you saying CPA a while ago.


I make peanuts I'm at $3,166 but they pay for 5k a year in tuition and all stuff relating to the CPA.
Yeah CPA along with an MBA, also have a real estate license.
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Yeah CPA along with an MBA, also have a real estate license.
Do you still use your CPA? Or real estate license? What do you do with your real estate license? I'm assuming your also a part time realtor.

The only reason I ask because I took your advice a couple of years ago regarding to public accounting. I think you were a PWC alumni. I'm on my 4th year - senior for 1 year in tax and I never regretted staying.
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The only reason I ask because I took your advice a couple of years ago regarding to public accounting. I think you were a PWC alumni. I'm on my 4th year - senior for 1 year in tax and I never regretted staying.
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Yeah CPA along with an MBA, also have a real estate license.
I like. I'm currently in school getting my MBA, which will fulfill my 150 hour req to take my CPA. In the meantime, I'm trying to get my Six Sigma Black Belt, CAPM, and GC license.

I hope I can make half of what you make down the road.

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