You don't need a sugar daddy?
I'm glad your friend found away to find his way to the top. You have to do whatever it takes even if you have to sleep with the boss.
I know Manasquan, he should stay there and make big bartender $$$.Quote:
Stephen O’Malley, 26, a West Virginia University graduate, wants to put his history degree to use teaching high school. What he’s found instead is a bartender’s job in his home town of Manasquan, New Jersey.
http://www.sugardaddyforme.com. I believe in working.
Degrees way oversold over the last 20 yrs ir so. But with a dead economy like what BO has assured for us it just emphasjzes the trouble. And jt looks like PRC is tanking so BOHICA. We have problems we can no longer pretend are not there.
There aren't many fields that are hiring people right out of college, but one is and it pays well (unlike it did in the past): Nursing.
Even a 2 year LPN degree pays pretty well, but a BSN/RN degree pays very well these days, at least for nurses who work in hospitals. They (the RNs) can start out at around$50,000 a year, in some markets. A specialty nurse (surgical, nurse anesthetist, etc.) can make upwards of $80-90,000 at some hospitals.