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I watched a Youtube video about a guy named Tomislav Perko who travels the world with almost no money. He hitchhikes, works odd jobs, writes a blog, etc. He said he had a job in Australia that paid $20/hour, which he referred to as, "professional traffic diverter". He basically just stood in one place and redirected pedestrians who didn't see the giant sign.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7vmHGAshi8&t
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Hmm, we rented this apartment back in the U.S. back in 2004. We had to pay a deposits for the contract that lasts for a year, of course if you break the contract they get half the money. The rent was 900 dollars a month and at the end just before we leave, they did an inspection on all damages on the house and have it deducted out of the deposits, no offense. Getting tenants might not be the good idea, but you can try leasing the apartment, just a suggestion, no offense :D


If you have the capital to buy an apartment building... your not worried about money at all lol. Also from what you have said if you had ruined the carpet, broke everything in the house, and mold and roaches prevailed in the apt.... and just left. do you think your $900/mo plus deposit covers that? Also as I stated previously I was referring to renting a house. Also previously stated people who have teh capital to own entire apartement buildings are far more likely to be able to absorb a complete loss. But for that matter why not own a hotel? You can have 2-3 more "units" of hotel rooms then you can an apartment. You also would bring in substantially more. @$900USD thats roughly $30 a day, whereas atleast where I live going rate for a hotel is $60 a day. even if you only rented half of them on average your making 4x+ times the amount of an apartment. Also in most states you cannot sub-let that is to say you cannot rent out a house or apartment you are renting.
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fredreload wrote:

So, after frustrating over the ever changing programming job (1400 dollars a month) and wanted to be a farmer. I have concluded that even MC Donald requires you to be a cashier from 8 to 5 or to be a decent fry cook. So, I want to know if you guys know of an easy job with good pay, or a 20 dollars/hour easy job. Surely people with a job got much to say about this, let me hear about it, hard or easy


Federal employee, of any sort.
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Heavy duty haulage operator of rip-rap in a mining operation pays $30/hr. All you do is drive up a hill, dump load, drive down a hill, park under an excavator, once loaded repeat the cycle. Friend of mine's kid does this for a living. Colorado contractor needed 6 operators, 50 applicants showed up. Weeding out process was who was in the service raise your hand versus who wasn't. 4 people raised their hand. 4 people got hired, the remainder sent home jobless.
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A late night security guard in a basically crime free area.

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Currently work at a Cancer Institute. We have a Study Coordinators and Regulatory Coordinators here who make about $25/hour. Job is pretty easy and straightforward from what I can see. Besides the usual paperwork and data entry, people are always just staring at their screens and surfing the web.
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DevinKuska wrote:


fredreload wrote:

Hmm, we rented this apartment back in the U.S. back in 2004. We had to pay a deposits for the contract that lasts for a year, of course if you break the contract they get half the money. The rent was 900 dollars a month and at the end just before we leave, they did an inspection on all damages on the house and have it deducted out of the deposits, no offense. Getting tenants might not be the good idea, but you can try leasing the apartment, just a suggestion, no offense :D


If you have the capital to buy an apartment building... your not worried about money at all lol. Also from what you have said if you had ruined the carpet, broke everything in the house, and mold and roaches prevailed in the apt.... and just left. do you think your $900/mo plus deposit covers that? Also as I stated previously I was referring to renting a house. Also previously stated people who have teh capital to own entire apartement buildings are far more likely to be able to absorb a complete loss. But for that matter why not own a hotel? You can have 2-3 more "units" of hotel rooms then you can an apartment. You also would bring in substantially more. @$900USD thats roughly $30 a day, whereas atleast where I live going rate for a hotel is $60 a day. even if you only rented half of them on average your making 4x+ times the amount of an apartment. Also in most states you cannot sub-let that is to say you cannot rent out a house or apartment you are renting.


Hotel is awesome lol, best job will be hotel manager
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I live in California, no McDonald's Employees don't make $25-27/hr. They get paid more than average if they work in the Bay Area or more populated cities like $12-13/hr while in other areas of Cali the average is like $10-11/hr. And yes California is very expensive to live, if you live in or near the populated cities.


NY in the small towns its around $9.50 or so... But the towns in New York can not afford to pay people.. the crazy level of tax, and regulations on businesses leave most businesses going under... or just broke. But that's why most people out side of the larger place, such as the cities voted Trump... we are tired of the damn democrats and their ideals that more taxes is a good thing. New Yorkers for the most part other than the city dwellers HATE are Leadership within NY... They been killing the state, just to benefit the city for to long.
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workless...
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