How to get a $40,000-a-year raise
I got a $35,000 raise and have a full-time job.
But the $40k was a gift from a friend, who got a good deal on a home.
So I did what anyone would do.
I got my $40K.
And here are the consequences.
The first $40 was a nice bonus, I was promised a new car, new health insurance, free meals.
I didn’t even realize I was getting a bonus.
The next $40 I was offered a new house.
Now I have to get back into the game, but the $35k I got was a bonus that wasn’t paid.
I’m starting to feel like a second-class citizen.
And that’s OK.
I’m not the first player to be let go, either.
After I had surgery, I missed a game for six months.
I was asked to leave my hotel room and I had to get up and leave the hotel room.
That was the end of it.
I was never paid a cent.
It wasn’t my fault.
I wasn’t working hard enough, and I wasn’s work.
It was all my fault and I’m not even allowed to blame anyone for my situation.
I’m lucky I can’t take the blame.
You get a little bit of cash out of it, I’m sure, and a lot of people get paid more, too.
But what about the people who lost their jobs because of me?
What do I get for all this?
I was told that my retirement fund was not safe.
My savings were gone.
And my insurance policy wasn’t good enough.
I know how lucky I am.
I had the chance to go to college and get a degree and earn a good salary, and that’s what I did.
But now that I have this huge burden of debt, I can only keep it down by being a hard worker.
That’s the hardest thing in the world.
I can’t let this happen to me.