just depends on where you live: @ 47K, you're making some good sh!t around here.
yup.Originally posted by: cjgallen
Teachers are only paid for the time they work. They aren't paid for spring break or summer vacation.
Teachers also work some absurd hours during those nine months, especially when you include grading and class preparation before and after school.Originally posted by: shortylickens
So by the above logic we learn they make 47,000 for nine months work.
Sounds pretty sweet to me.
Military has 30 days a year, paid.
Thats such a general statement and sounds like BS.......
my dad was at work less than 4 hours a week for 8 months straight last year building his house on the river, did all of the work he could himself because...well...hes a perfectionist and a workaholic, and doesnt actually have things to do *at* work other than keep up with a few bills and make a weekly deposit.Originally posted by: acemcmac
small buisness owner....
grow it into a medium buisness and depending on how you set up your management heirarchy, you can literally make managing it a vacation in itself....
owner of my last company spent more than half of the year on frivilous trips to china, australia and around the country
i know a guy who manages the local H&R block, busy as hell january til april, and the rest of the year is easygoing and lives quite comfortably.Originally posted by: Jassi
Don't H&R Block employees work only for part of the year and are still considered full time?