Job is about 5/10 at the moment, but home life is a rocking 10/10.
Moneywise, I earn enough to keep me in food that's not Morrison's Economy range
How happy are you/how much do you earn?
Job is about 5/10 at the moment, but home life is a rocking 10/10.Posted 8 years ago #
Work (but highly stressed and temporary contract so not sure how much longer that will last)
Pay (as above)
Who was it who said "the best things in life are free, but it takes money to enjoy them in comfort"?
I test Condoms for a living. Currently developing an ultra thin version for larger males. We tend to use Polish girls (harder working) for both the oral and missionary work. Hours are long but it is rewarding work.
I test Condoms for a living. Currently developing an ultra thin version for larger males
You have to do 'it' with larger males?
Arrival of second child while both me and mrs are freelance may have something to do with both of those states.
Love my job although last year was a bit shit but the things that went on come with my role. Money yeah I'm paid pretty good and considering what I was on 5 years ago for more or less the same job it's very good. However, in current climate best thing about job is 99.9%+ security it offers.
job is pretty shoddy but jolly interesting, it's getting better though. 7/10
Happiness - varies between 1/10 to 10/10 on a regular basis.
Money 8/10 but I was unhappy all the time when I had no money and just buying basic food stuffs was a struggle, at least it's not an issue now.
Job - best one I've had since leaving college in 1997, even my parents have noticed I'm chilled, settled and happy about work, all this despite the 146mile round trip daily commute and working nearly every weekend since I started last February
Salary - Not the most I've ever earned (anyone else remeber the telecomms boom of the first part of this century??) but well above average, enough to pay the bills and have some left over for fun type things, yey!!
Jobs great, working from home today so I can spend a bit of time with the wife and newborn twins too. The work it's self is OK, being a middle management bean counter is never going to set the world on fire but the pay and perks are pretty good, and considering I never even got any usefull qualifications I can't complain. Taking nothing for granted though given the recession, but now glad I decided to work for a utility company all those years ago.
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