The option to live off my own savings is still an option b/c I'm still single, at home, we get along, have my own space.
What would you do yourself? Is it as bad as people make it out?
rayonline: The option to live off my own savings is still an option b/c I'm still single, at home, we get along, have my own space.
I'm not given an option, they just said you have to take it or these are the condtions ..
The one referred to me, it was Telesales, working at home and phoning people with my own phone. I gather it was just about selling people various things ...
rayonline: The problem is that they say take this job or else ... they will stop your payments and then they may see you every week at the seminars to keep a tab on you.
I could just flag it altogether, I don't have that much commitments. Dig into my savings.
Re: those entry jobs. If one is in their 30s and have worked in proper office jobs before - 60k+. Do they even look at you and even if so would their be much advantage on the CV? I went to uni 10yr ago .. worked for some years and only went back again when I wanted to train in accounting which is just slightly diff to where I worked before.
Edit - dunno how it works exactly. But it's $14/hr, wasn't told of commission. I guess they might check phone call records or something or if they have a machine that records conversation lengths.
joff_nz: I have done phone and door to door sales, rough work but good money and work experience.
Rough on that there are many very rude people out there, and hours for door to door can be a bit poos.
In your position, being that you dont have much in the way of monetary commitments, i would be looking for supermarket or service station work. Its not glamorous but its easy money.