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  • Why is being single (not married) frowned on?

    It's almost as if it's not allowed in America. 

    There's no way in he-- I can afford to live 

    on my own given every job I'm interested in? 

    Is that normal? I'm 30 and 

    still can't get my act together. 

    ____

    Note: In order to afford to live on 

    my own in Los Angeles, I would 

    need $3,000/month or more. True?!?

    5 AnswersPolitics2 days ago
  • Help! I need your honest opinion please?

    1) Being an adult on my own, has always been

    hard for me. Having to work 40 hours/week and    

    compete in a capitalist-society doesn't make sense.    

    Bottom-line: most of the jobs I'm interested in are

    very low-income such as: Coffee-Bean, Hallmark,    

    Petco, Corner-Bakery. To me, they celebrate the    

    spirit of life and friendship. And it's a dam- shame,    

    they pay minimum-wage...not enough to live on.     

    What kind of person does that make me?!?

    2) I looked into other jobs. There aren't many

    careers I can do that will pull me out of poverty.    

    Math-Tutoring and Library-Technician    

    sound great, but they're always part-time.    

    3) What do you think about

    online medical-transcription editor?    

    That's sounds simple. It pays $19/hour and

    you get to work from home?!? Isn't working    

    at home ideal for your health? I won't stress.    

    Your thoughts? 

  • Help! I need your honest opinion please?

    1) Being an adult on my own, has always been

    hard for me. Having to work 40 hours/week and   

    compete in a capitalist-society doesn't make sense.   

    Bottom-line: most of the jobs I'm interested in are

    very low-income such as: Coffee-Bean, Hallmark,   

    Petco, Corner-Bakery. To me, they celebrate the   

    spirit of life and friendship. And it's a dam- shame,   

    they pay minimum-wage...not enough to live on.    

    What kind of person does that make me?!?

    2) I looked into other jobs. There aren't many

    careers I can do that will pull me out of poverty.   

    Math-Tutoring and Library-Technician   

    sound great, but they're always part-time.   

    3) What do you think about

    online medical-transcription editor?   

    That's sounds simple. It pays $19/hour and 

    you get to work from home?!? Isn't working   

    at home ideal for your health? I won't stress.   

    Your thoughts? 

  • Help! I need your honest opinion please?

    1) Being an adult on my own, has always been

    hard for me. Having to work 40 hours/week and   

    compete in a capitalist-society doesn't make sense.   

     Bottom-line: most of the jobs I'm interested in are 

    very low-income such as: Coffee-Bean, Hallmark,   

    Petco, Corner-Bakery. To me, they celebrate the   

    spirit of life and friendship. And it's a dam- shame,   

    they pay minimum-wage...not enough to live on.

    What kind of person does that make me?!?

    2) I looked into other jobs. There aren't many

    careers I can do that will pull me out of poverty.   

    Math-Tutoring and Library-Technician

    sound great, but they're always part-time.   

    3) What do you think about

    online medical-transcription editor?   

    That's sounds simple. It pays $19/hour and

    you get to work from home?!? Isn't working   

    at home ideal for your health? I won't stress.   

    Your thoughts? 

    2 AnswersPolitics2 days ago
  • Help! I need your honest opinion, please?

    1) Being an adult on my own, has always been

    hard for me. Having to work 40 hours/week and  

    compete in a capitalist-society doesn't make sense.  

    Bottom-line: most of the jobs I'm interested in are

    very low-income such as: Coffee-Bean, Hallmark,  

    Petco, Corner-Bakery. To me, they celebrate the  

    spirit of life and friendship. And it's a dam- shame,  

    they pay minimum-wage...not enough to live on.   

    What kind of person does that make me?!?

    2) I looked into other jobs. There aren't many

    careers I can do that will pull me out of poverty.  

    Math-Tutoring and Library-Technician  

    sound great, but they're always part-time.  

    3) What do you think about

    online medical-transcription editor?  

    That's sounds simple. It pays $19/hour and

    you get to work from home?!? Isn't working  

    at home ideal for your health? I won't stress.  

    Your thoughts? 

    4 AnswersReligion & Spirituality2 days ago
  • How can I explain this to my family, honestly?

    I honestly do what to be a saint/mystic,

    capable of channeling angels and 

    casting out demons. That's my life's purpose. 

    It's always been hard for me to balance contemplation

    with meeting material-needs. That's why I'd prefer to 

    work from home. How can I ask my parents to help me 

    find ways to work from home? It shouldn't be that hard?!?

  • How do I explain this to my family, honestly?

    I honestly do what to be a saint/mystic,

    capable of channeling angels and

    casting out demons. That's my life's purpose.

    It's always been hard for me to balance contemplation

    with meeting material-needs. That's why I'd prefer to

    work from home. How can I ask my parents to help me

    find ways to work from home? It shouldn't be that hard?!?

    8 AnswersReligion & Spirituality3 weeks ago
  • Which of these offers the best chance of success?

    I don't like working hard, yet I need to get out of poverty

    and earn $3,000/month or more to leave Los Angeles county. 

    Remote Work from Home:

    - customer-support agent = poverty-wages

    - selling candles online = self-employment 

    - online medical-coding = 30 hours/week at home 

    - offering tarot-card readings = self-employment

    3 AnswersReligion & Spirituality3 weeks ago
  • Have Americans been brainwashed ?

    You believe in this pathetic lie of hard-work = success.

    That was an anomaly in the 1950's and 60's; and isn't

    applicable in today's world. I believe we are moving

    towards a world without money. You can already see

    this emerging paradigm in the rapidly developing fields

    of 3D printing and nanotechnology. Prototypes for

    star-trek replicators have already been invented. 100

    years from now, I hope people look back and view the

    40 hour work/week as slave-labor.

    Your thoughts? 

    66 AnswersOther - Society & Culture2 months ago