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One you can afford to pay your bills and have a little left over to enjoy yourself and save for the future. Life is about BALANCE. It's less what a person makes and more how they react to the hand they are dealt. This is mistake I see women REPEATEDLY make on here. I see a lot of them proclaim thier stance that a guy has to make AT LEAST 50k a year before she'll even consider him. I'm all for hard work. And I think a person should strive to be the best they can be. But one thing you'll learn throughout life is it doesn't come with guarantees. It doesn't care what your standards are. And that guy with the minimum 50k salary could lose both his legs in career changing car crash and lose that 50k job. He could be diagnosed with a cancer and half of that 50k could end up going towards medical bills. And a lot of those women will decide this guys isn't worth it anymore. So I will tell any guy that will LISTEN. If she puts a minimum dollar amount on you... RUN! RUN FAST!
For you, as a woman. Don't worry so much about it. There are plenty of mountains in life. You're probably going to end on a different one eventually anyhow. So don't worry so much about what mountain to climb, just start climbing. And don't worry so much about how much he's making. Worry more about his character and drive. A good job can be lost. A man with good character doesn't go away. It is INGRAINED in him. And he'll NEVER stop fighting to succeed. Regardless of the adversity. That's who you want to bet on.
Even if you were making that daily, it would be considered low.17
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a lot would depend on how many hours you work to earn that amount.
But yes, that would not even cover your food much less anything else.
I would think that you should be at least earning 30k a year/2,500 a month to be able to afford the basic necessities.10
That's third world country kind of pay. In the US minimum wage is around $1250 a month. Most US states are higher than that.10
That works out to barely a dollar an hour if FT work. I spend more than that on gas per month.
100K a year is pretty much the bare minimum for around here, unless you want to be eating ramen 5 nights a week.10
There are factors that need to be considered.
1. Where you live
2. Medical costs
4. Gas or charge if electric vehicle
5. Insurance on vehicle
7. Unexpected expenses10
Where? The minimum wage in parts of the US is $15/hour.10
Absolute pointless question until the country of that salary has been named. 🙄10
It depends on the state you live.10
Well, that's 40 subscribers to your Only Fans at $5.00/month.20
Yes $200 monthly is low10
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Partly depends on where you are in life, what the market allows, what you're doing, etc.
For me, I'm aiming for 45k-50k a year (as a single guy, apartment, some saving), that's roughly $1000 per week. That's three or four low end jobs every week.
I would estimate a person could live cheaply - very cheaply in most places in the US - for 20k. A single person, very few bills, maybe rent controlled living, living sometimes off Ramen noodles, biking more than driving. It wouldn't be comfortable, but might be doable, depending where you live. That would avoiding more expensive places - like York, California, Washington, Connecticut, and Massachusetts... just from what I've heard. (Those are the states who supposedly follow the $15 minimum wage).
7.25 is I believe the US national minimum wage, last I heard. If you work full time for minimum wage, that's 40 hours x 7.25, which is what, $290 a week? That's 14,000 a year; if you're not in school, and you live with your parents, and barely pay rent, and don't have any bills, and work VERY part time, $200 a month might not be too shabby for a high schooler. But it's not good for a woman with two kids she has to take care of.
$2400.00 for a year isn't great, unless your middle school and selling baseball cards (or something hand made off Etsy) or something.
If you are an adult, you probably want way better than 200 a month, unless it's your very first job, or you barely do anything in that job. Maybe... MAYBE if it's an internship, you can do it temporarily. But Internships are supposed to benefit the intern, not be a way for the company to rip off people and get hundreds of hours of free work (though hardly anyone seems to listen to that guide); most companies seem to use it to dangle the promise of paid work (after a good long while) with no real intention of hiring or paying, but it doesn't mean you have to accept bad behavior.
But if you have no credit, and no work history, it might be a temporary option that proves you can work, show up, etc.
Edit from update: Hey, if it's passive, and you don't need to rely on it, and it's from something you enjoy and you're good at it, then hey, that's awesome.
I'm sure it's not the lowest "salary" out there, but I think most people would consider it low. But if you don't need the income, then whatever works (as an extra) is great.
Is it possible to earn at least 100 dollars per day as a passive income?
I had a friend who has written several Ebooks. One time, after his second or third book debuted, we went out to dinner. He had a special notification system that kept going off. He went into some of it, so it didn't seem like a lie. Probably about 3 or 4 times. At about $30-40 per book, he probably made $90-120 during dinner. But, he's good at automating things, and good at search engine optimization; for me personally, I'm not a tech guy. So my trying to sell via programming will end up being a lot more expensive for me to "make up" costs of whatever I would sell. It depends how good you are at selling, and what you're trying to sell, but yes, you COULD make $100 in a day. But, it probably won't be every day (maybe at first it will be, but then it may taper off). For some services, I charge $300-400 at the cheapest. With other things, I charge about $150 at the cheapest. Neither are "passive" income - I do a lot of work for that.
I USED to sell an E-Book. But I never really figured how to get people interested, and I'm not really a tech savvy person; it would have cost thousands to try to sell this book and automate the process... Now if it was good, and I made that back, it might have been worthwhile. But my income at the time was too low to spend thousands on a "maybe I'll eventually make it back."
If you're brilliant at programming and numbers and analytics, then it'll probably be easier to sell, but you'll also have to be good at web design and writing, and then have something tangible to sell, and it should be a quality product, at a comparatively reasonable price. But it COULD be done. It's just a lot of work/money to try to do that if you're not confident you'll see the income returned soon.
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