Obviously from your job, but what do you do? How long have you been doing it? What were the qualifications to getting hired?
Or does someone give it to you? Did you have it saved? Did you get an inheritance?
Maybe you have your own business?
Most Helpful Girl
I model and now also have a part time job in an office until I start my course in Uni. Obviously the qualifications for modelling is that you're tall with the right measurements and your facial features symmetrical, the qualifications for the office job were more or less just speaking a couple of languages and having some sort of diploma or degree lol.0
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Most Helpful Guy
I'm currently still a university student because university education takes longer in my country than in most other countries. Because I have a disability (I am legally blind), I get social welfare money, which is pretty decent in my country to live by. However, this is only until I am done with my education. Once I get a job, the social security won't give me money anymore (except from paying me things like electronic aids etc.) and I will instead earn money just like anyone else. I am planning to become a high school teacher, which - contrary to countries like the US - is a well-respected, intellectually challenging and well-paid job. The minimum qualification is to have two M. A. degrees, one in the field of pedagogy and one in whatever field you desire to teach. However, a lot of high school teachers in my country also do a PhD first before they start teaching. Some of them later also teach part-time at a university as a lecturer.0