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how is your income?

Post by spacebot » Sun Sep 3, 2:01 2017

how is your income?

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Post by Nech » Sun Sep 3, 6:26 2017

Omg it's gonna be so much better now since after 6ish months without full time work, I start a new job on Tuesday! No more full time panic and doom and gloom! Thanks for reminding me better times are ahead spacebot, you a bro :thumbup:
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Post by Enigma » Sun Sep 3, 8:49 2017

Nech wrote:
Sun Sep 3, 6:26 2017
Omg it's gonna be so much better now since after 6ish months without full time work, I start a new job on Tuesday! No more full time panic and doom and gloom! Thanks for reminding me better times are ahead spacebot, you a bro :thumbup:
Wooo!!!
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Post by rowan » Sun Sep 3, 9:01 2017

Yay congratulations!!! :D
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Post by Sonic# » Sun Sep 3, 9:02 2017

Congrats Nech!

It's stable. I'm paid well for a postdoc, but less than the average for the students I teach and tutor when they graduate.

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Post by melsbells » Tue Sep 5, 13:07 2017

Congratulations, Nech. Hooray for full-time stable work!

Our income is below U.S. poverty level, but that information alone is misleading. It's not that bad in our situation. We don't have debt and still have savings. Additionally, the health care system where we live is such that even if we have to pay full price, we aren't going to take on debt in an emergency.

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