Interview is lined up for next week sometime if all goes to plan.
100k starting wage, plus benefits.
I have no misc debts:
-car payments (paid in full)
-student loan (paid in full)
-credit card debut (none)
-mortgage (working on it)
So my yearly operating expenses are only $7000 per year for being a smart cookie,
subtract the taxes, that leaves me with almost 50k of disposable income; and a net worth increasing at a rate of 60k per year (which will grow even faster if I invest it wisely).
Not too shabby for someone who sits on their butt all day long... LOL
I think my previous employer kinda shot themselves in the foot for letting me go; their loss not mine...
If there is one thing I've learned, this that businesses don't ACTUALLY care for their employees. So you might as well sell out to the highest bidder.
They pretend to, because HR and the law says there is minimum standards to be enforced ("we value our employees... blaa blaa" & min wages etc etc), but when it comes down to the brass-tacks you are just seen as a number and a money pit.
Maybe I've just had a load of bad employers, but I haven't ever seen any ACTUAL
loyalty from any of them; so I don't give none back. (What goes around, comes around.)
-My 2 cents