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$1k / student in your country.
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Poland Emmson 
Is $1000 a lot in your country for a student? My parent s give me like $800 every month and I make around $200 for 50 hours at work ($4,5usd per hour, can make more). I pay $300 for a 22m2 room in the direct city centre in Cracow (Old Town) and the rest is for me. If I need something like clothes/phone etc they give me more.
2020-01-22 00:15
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#1
MeDveDeV | 
Brazil ricca 
yes it is
2020-01-22 00:16
#2
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China SwooksarV2 
Seems about average for uni students.
2020-01-22 00:17
#72
World hIRN 
xddddd sure
2020-01-22 07:21
Yes
2020-01-22 00:17
#4
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World FRXNT 
bananowiec
2020-01-22 00:18
#19
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United Kingdom Cosharek 
Xddd
2020-01-22 00:31
Co to znaczyt?
2020-01-22 02:24
#56
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Poland WildM 
wykurwiaj stąd
2020-01-22 02:26
Mmm wdym?
2020-01-22 02:30
#77
ELOSSA | 
Poland kindguy 
Spoiled child in slang
2020-01-22 10:59
Person flexing about his parents money
2020-01-22 14:42
czy to dlatego ze za komuny z owocami typu banany bylo ciezko bo drogie i niedostepne ? xDD pierwsze slysze btw
2020-01-22 11:27
#108
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Poland Hanse 
+1 real Cracow/Breslau niggas living for 100$/month like lords
2020-01-22 11:37
Wtf
2020-01-22 14:38
not false LUL
2020-01-22 16:31
dobra dobra kurwa
2020-01-25 13:05
#5
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Hungary mEZENCEphalon 
yes its more than enough even with rent
2020-01-22 00:19
#6
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United Kingdom DeiniolLloyd 
So, about 580 pounds of rent. 420 left, which is quite enough
2020-01-22 00:19
#8
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Poland rude_wredne 
blaze it
2020-01-22 00:20
#133
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United States Bonger 
420 to buy weed
2020-01-22 12:07
200$ for 50 hours of works !? Are u a slave ? What's the job of your parents ?
2020-01-22 00:19
#10
Snax | 
Poland Emmson 
My both parents have companies and could give me even $2k per month but I don't want that. I work because I have a lot of free time and I'm bored during the week (I go to my gf every weekend cuz she studies in a different city). After getting my degree I'm gonna get hella money.
2020-01-22 00:24
#20
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United Kingdom Cosharek 
Tbh you are getting hella money from them right now considering its way more than polish minimum wage
2020-01-22 00:32
+1
2020-01-22 00:54
#83
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Germany MackyGee 
+1
2020-01-22 11:04
LUL
2020-01-22 00:35
Take the company of your parents after ur degree
2020-01-22 00:54
This is just nonsensical. Working 50 hours a week for a pittance when you don't have too? That's absurd. Life is too short and 99.9% of people would choose not to work if the option presented itself. Life is meant to be enjoyed. Working is one of the downsides to it. Losing hours of your life to be spent doing things you want to do. Enjoy your life, man. Find hobbies. I'd love to be in that situation and not NEED to work, lol.
2020-01-22 11:02
#86
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France DirtyPerez 
What if ... Only what if... This man feels good about making a bit of money by himself and not just being a parasite for his parents. What if he develops his gets pride to be able to pay a restaurant o his gf on weekend without having to beg his parents to give him money?
2020-01-22 11:06
Do you realize how much you can get done in 50 hours? Such as starting your own business or learning new skills and trades to make even better money and a better bang for the buck for time investiture? He said his parents are entrepreneurs.... Shouldn't be as difficult to start off in that case. Making a pittance for 50 hours work is just crazy. In particular, 99.9999% of people making that pittance are doing it because they have NO other choice. If you invested 20 hrs a week to starting a business, you could easily double that money and still have 30 hours a week left over. Use your head, dude. Think about what you're defending, lmao.
2020-01-22 11:10
#95
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France DirtyPerez 
What do you really know about the polish system man? How do you know it is that easy to start a company in this country (maybe you do i dont know). And it take obviously more than 50h a week to start a company and you need to have at least a small amount of money to do it. I'm a territory economical technician (not sure it is the right translation), my job is to help people start their business and establish themselves in the territory where i work. I know quite much about this and you gotta trust me when say that it takes waaaay more than 20+h a week. Furthermore, you dont know about his skills level. If you don't have enough, you need to get help from professionnals (accountnancy, marketing, management...) which is never free. I think you have an utopian vision about starting a business (maybe it is easy in Canada i don't know but not the case everywhere).
2020-01-22 11:18
#205
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Netherlands Removed 
lol what is there to know about starting a company Just take the money you have and use that money to make more money That's the secret, go out and start your own company now
2020-01-25 15:27
#116
Snax | 
Poland Emmson 
Currently, I'm starting with my 2 side projects, developing graphic skills in free time and hit the gym 3 times a week. Also, I study ofc. I just wanted to know how working in the restaurant looks like (and it's pretty easy tbh, in those 8 hours - 2-3h I almost do nothing. And I just had some more free time xD. 2 days a week is not that much. I have time for everything.
2020-01-22 11:49
Good job man
2020-01-22 12:04
Yeah you try making your own business from scratch without any starup capital, while still being a student.
2020-01-22 12:03
#137
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United Kingdom Cosharek 
Ez done right here
2020-01-22 12:19
He said he has access to startup money... Saying his parents offer him up to $2k/month and he turns down over half of it. Is anybody reading what the OP is typing? Lol. In addition to this, he said BOTH of his parents own businesses already. You're acting as if I'm telling a poor kid from the streets to just start a lemonade stand on his block. He has financial backing from his parents and is choosing to work a shitty deadend job and burn 50 hours a week doing it for $200 - when his parents are giving him $800 (and up to $2,000) a month. A more keen investiture of that 50 (albeit 200) hours would be into garnering skillsets to enhance what you make per hour. He said he's making $4-5/hr for 50 hours a week... That's dogshit money when you come from a privileged household. Use your brains, lmao.
2020-01-22 16:35
#92
Magisk | 
Europe s1xX 
-1 for brain. 1: take the 2k per month. 2: put in in your savings in the bank. 3: several years later after graduation, you will have a decent piggybank to start off life after studies. this is real life, YOU HAVE TO THINK AHEAD AT ALL TIMES.
2020-01-22 11:13
He would have the same money if his parents would save it and give it to him when he wants to start the company
2020-01-22 11:43
+1 I don't understand these morons. Really. People thinking working 50 hrs a week for $4/hr is some kind of noble moral gesture when it accumulates to $200/week. He's getting $800/m already. Take the $2k, use those 200 hours a month working to reinvent yourself. Education, a new business, skillset training. The return he'd get on the money gains would vastly outweigh the initial "investment" (or pretty much handout) he takes from his parents
2020-01-22 16:35
#190
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Turkey CamelotzZz 
+1 if you are not lazy ass then you can improve yourself on something and that is much valuable and be better on something but not like games or something pointless.
2020-01-25 14:57
Big 0/8 poorlack
2020-01-22 11:14
#81
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France DirtyPerez 
Welcome to real world an ! From what i know, in Poland, minimum salaries are absolutely ridiculous. I can admit food and general costs are way way cheaper but the rents for apartments are quite expensive. Talked a lot with people when i went to Wroclaw and Krakow to understand this.
2020-01-22 11:03
M'enfou bg
2020-01-22 16:07
#9
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Other wholelottared 
i mean u make below min wage but thats fine for u
2020-01-22 00:21
#14
Snax | 
Poland Emmson 
Yes but still I have more cuz I don't pay for clothes, doctors, phone, laptop, metro tickets and taxes etc
2020-01-22 00:26
#15
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Other wholelottared 
ye ig
2020-01-22 00:27
#11
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Brazil NahT_ 
its a lot tbh
2020-01-22 00:25
800$ from your parents is a lot holy shit
2020-01-22 00:25
#16
Snax | 
Poland Emmson 
Idk how it looks in different countries, they could give me more but I don't need more. I only need $ for good quality food xD. If I wanna go on holiday with GF or sth like that they just pay for it.
2020-01-22 00:29
#29
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Albania jigglepeek 
just be thankful and nice to your parents and only take what you need :)
2020-01-22 00:59
Mamas boy. Like wtf, whos parents give monthly money at that age? Its not good parenting imo. Spoiled kid Also isn't 800 like an average monthly salary in shithole such as poland?
2020-01-22 01:12
#70
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African Union elctra93 
why you have to be mad? it is not about money. if he pays the same money for the same thing in your country then it is a shithole. but if not then shut up
2020-01-22 07:07
English????
2020-01-22 15:22
#175
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African Union elctra93 
when someone can't answer you back he tries to change the subject.
2020-01-22 16:56
" if he pays the same money for the same thing in your country then it is a shithole. but if not then shut up" Translation? I seriously cant understand what the fuck you trying to say?
2020-01-22 17:40
#184
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African Union elctra93 
no
2020-01-23 09:17
Then be quiet.
2020-01-23 11:31
#186
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African Union elctra93 
no
2020-01-25 13:04
Just be quiet or say something useful
2020-01-25 14:47
#192
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African Union elctra93 
no
2020-01-25 15:00
Broke Finnish boy lmao
2020-01-22 14:40
What makes you think that? 800/month is NOTHING as a salary but getting it for doing nothing is just bad parenting.
2020-01-22 15:31
#163
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Turkey rivaluk 
+1, i am studyin aswell and i dont want any money from my parents like wtf grow up dude. i earn 900€ per month by working 60hrs/month. he says "I dont need money" but yet he takes it. work for ur shit
2020-01-22 15:34
I worked for every other weekend when I was studying, so around 30 hours a month and got around 550 for that. Easily enough for living when added with benefits. And working 4 days a month is like nothing xD
2020-01-22 15:40
#10 shows he is spoiled(if its true ofc)
2020-01-22 15:31
700euro is minimum salary
2020-01-25 15:36
Well getting over min salary doing nothing is too much.
2020-01-25 15:46
You need to kiss your parents' feet for that money. 800 is A LOT. Get them nice birthday presents or something.
2020-01-22 01:43
#80
ELOSSA | 
Poland kindguy 
Is it a lot for finnie? Dont you make around 3.5 netto average there?
2020-01-22 11:02
Yea if you work, i know rich finnish kids who get thousands put on their acc but most of them dont get money from their parents, or mby something small. Unemployment benefits are above 800
2020-01-22 11:20
Its around 700 actually if you're eligible for it. But you do get housing benefit also in most cases.
2020-01-22 15:28
WORK is the keyword here. Getting 800 from your parents doing nothing is a lot for that and fucking stupid. Doesn't encourage you to do anything in the future either. I think its pretty much the same if I got like 1500/month from my parents in finland lmao.
2020-01-22 15:26
Well, yeah, but 800 from your parents is still huge, "even" here. That could pay for my rent, water and internet for a full month. Working and getting paid is a whole different thing.
2020-01-22 19:43
What's rent you've there?
2020-01-22 21:34
idk i have no limits
2020-01-22 00:26
You can have average life for like 3 months
2020-01-22 00:29
#18
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United Kingdom Megamo10 
idk all on hookers or what?
2020-01-22 00:31
#22
Snax | 
Poland Emmson 
Hookers are disgusting xD. And I have GF. I'm gonna leave them for UK/GER tourists xD. In Poland better hooker costs 300PLN / hour which is like 60GBP for you. Fuck them as much as you want xD. Most expensive hookers are like 200GPP/h max.
2020-01-22 00:34
#25
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United Kingdom Megamo10 
what is the difference between prices? more intimate/hotter? have you ever tried one?
2020-01-22 00:42
#84
ELOSSA | 
Poland kindguy 
Probably services they do, their sexappeal and how much they feel they are worth :p
2020-01-22 11:04
simp
2020-01-22 12:22
Yea , it is a lot
2020-01-22 00:34
#28
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Sweden Akoulad 
i get $350 a month because student
2020-01-22 00:58
My rent alone is slightly less than this amount
2020-01-22 01:04
What city do you live in?
2020-01-25 15:09
Canberra
2020-01-25 15:11
Has rent in AU really become so expensive? I was also wondering, would you recommend AU for a year abroad/studies and what are the tuition costs?
2020-01-25 15:17
Idk, I think this amount is fair enough (230AUD per week) I don't know the conditions for other universities but the tuition of my university (ANU) is literally a scam. 45000 AUD each year, each year has two semesters and one semester only lasts for 12 weeks. This summer holiday is fucking more than 3 months Btw I am not AU citizen and this fee is for international students. AU citizens pay much less
2020-01-25 15:29
#225
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Portugal NabasKi 
We have that here as well, people who come from other countries' tuitions are much more expensive than ours, something I don't really understand why
2020-01-25 16:50
4,5usd per hour lmao quit that shit, thats exploitation
2020-01-22 01:05
Almost US min wage lmao.
2020-01-22 01:47
Really? Thats disgusting considering the cost of living in the US
2020-01-22 01:49
#44
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Reunion FakeFrenchie 
Minimum wage here is 7.25/hour (can be higher depending on the state)
2020-01-22 01:54
Okay thats better but still very low for the US
2020-01-22 01:55
#46
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Reunion FakeFrenchie 
The states with lower minimum wages tend to be less expensive states, though. California is 13/hour, Washington DC is 14/hour, etc.
2020-01-22 01:58
#134
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United States Bonger 
Germany best
2020-01-22 12:08
#50
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Poland Arknes 
I'm going to work where they pay me 3$ for an hour. And 90% of my friends work for the same price.
2020-01-22 02:08
3$ / hour wtf?
2020-01-22 02:28
#59
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Poland Arknes 
Yes. It's the lowest price in Poland
2020-01-22 04:09
What kind of work do you do?
2020-01-22 06:29
#85
ELOSSA | 
Poland kindguy 
Bialystok?
2020-01-22 11:05
#146
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Poland Arknes 
no?
2020-01-22 14:24
#99
NBK- | 
Germany S0rceress 
minimum wage here is 9.xx and u work for 3$ lmao
2020-01-22 11:25
#104
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Poland Adisky 
3$ netto is low but normal for student
2020-01-22 11:33
bro im a student aswell and id never work for 3€/h. Like is your time worth just 3 euros?
2020-01-22 15:35
#165
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Poland Adisky 
Germany != Poland Not everyone lives in rich country
2020-01-22 15:38
Did you just figure out Eatern Europe is poor?lmao
2020-01-22 15:34
#103
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Poland Adisky 
? 4.5$ is very good in Poland. Anyway it's probably brutto because noone would pay a student 4.50 netto
2020-01-22 11:30
#118
Snax | 
Poland Emmson 
It's net, I don't pay taxes because I'm a student under 26.
2020-01-22 11:50
#135
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Poland Adisky 
18PLN per hour? Where you work?
2020-01-22 12:18
It is enough I'd say. Here minimum wage is around 1200€/month for 35h of work/week. When I was a student, I had a scholarship of 450€+180 of state help for housing /month. With a summer job it was enough. But of course, I couldn't afford much.
2020-01-22 01:08
Why do you live in the centre? Isn't it much cheaper on the edge of Cracow?
2020-01-22 01:16
I just take sms lån I got $50000 right now I have to pay it back later but its ok it hinl1!
2020-01-22 01:19
i lived in warsaw for 5 years as a student. let me tell you how much i spent 450 zloty monthly student dormitory cost. i can cook , so between ,lets say 150 zloty weekly food shopping + 50 eat outsite = 800 in month i don't smoke and socially drink alcohol 1300 zloty = 340 usd was my monthly cost :D So i can say $1000 is ok as a student i also advice you to try dormitories you live with another person in a room but it's fun i had korean indian chinise spanish roommates had a lot of fun and made so many friends in dormitories :D
2020-01-22 01:23
#37
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Sweden mrarrogant 
just enough for rent, food and some entertainment
2020-01-22 01:28
i get like 220 and its enough i could even be self suficient student now but i would not safe much money
2020-01-22 01:30
i make around $900 a week working 40 hrs im just 19 y/o & I don't go to college, finished HS
2020-01-22 01:30
#88
ELOSSA | 
Poland kindguy 
Yes, but on the other hand you have to pay 300 bucks to visit a doctor
2020-01-22 11:08
#41
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Argentina Cushiion 
Yep here is a lot
2020-01-22 01:44
#47
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Argentina Cushiion 
Actually with that money you can mantain a whole family xd
2020-01-22 02:00
#203
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Brazil NahT_ 
you can buy half of argentina with that money xd
2020-01-25 15:18
how old are you ?
2020-01-22 02:02
It is enough if most of your additional stuff getting paid by your parents
2020-01-22 02:05
#51
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United States theory^ 
200 dollars for 50 hrs of work is practically slavery where i live
2020-01-22 02:08
#53
Snax | 
Poland Emmson 
I work like 16h per week max and it's the only job I could find which let me work how long I want and when I want. I just kill some time between studying, making my own shit like graphic, gym, gf etc. And I work in big franchise company which owns all KFC, Burger King, Starbucks so I get full meals for like $0,5usd if I want.
2020-01-22 02:16
#97
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Poland humen)))) 
Do you understand that everything is much cheaper there like costs of living?
2020-01-22 11:21
#142
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United States theory^ 
Thats why i said where i live
2020-01-22 13:26
#52
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Canada Herodionus 
Depends, if you don't pay tuition, then 700 spending money a month is pretty good
2020-01-22 02:09
#54
Snax | 
Poland Emmson 
Education is free here (despite books etc). I work in a big franchise company (currently KFC) and I get full meals for like $0,5 if I want from Starbucks, BurgerKing, KFC and more.
2020-01-22 02:17
#60
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Uzbekistan JayMartins 
I have been paying for my life including everything and helping my parents at the same time since 18. Think before you post smth
2020-01-22 04:11
#73
Snax | 
Poland Emmson 
?????? Reply needs to have actual content
2020-01-22 10:52
#181
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Uzbekistan JayMartins 
you are too young to understand
2020-01-22 21:55
#182
Snax | 
Poland Emmson 
I'm probably older than you and why do I have to "think" before? xD Because others have it worse?
2020-01-23 01:02
#61
Rackem | 
Europe Ercon 
Weird flex saying they could give u more in every reply, probably ur just poor kid cleaning toilets for 5€ per day, stop trying to get attention lol if u need money go work and dont feed your ego with lies
2020-01-22 06:24
holy shit. Even Polish family gives you $800 per month but why my parents don't give me that? And I'm not poor? Not rich but not poor? I heard Poles are way below than Koreans. Are you the 1% in Pole?
2020-01-22 06:27
#90
ELOSSA | 
Poland kindguy 
Wait, what?
2020-01-22 11:10
#147
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Canada ProvexPyker 
Bruh moment
2020-01-22 14:35
Definitely enough
2020-01-22 06:33
You lil bitch where do you live?
2020-01-22 06:44
25k a month for a student isn't going to be enough in Ukraine? I’ve lived off 12k/month, mate. I live in Kyiv btw.
2020-01-22 06:47
Do want to move out of UA?
2020-01-22 06:49
I was thinking of never moving, but then we elected Zelenskiy :D Getting the fuck out of here as soon as I get the chance.
2020-01-22 06:51
Same
2020-01-22 06:51
#71
ZywOo | 
Ukraine aartenal 
Wat? When I was a student I got 80$ for month from parents & 30 from the academy I studied . I lived with parents btw.
2020-01-22 07:08
#74
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Netherlands ___Snowy___ 
im a student and make 32k a month from a part time job
2020-01-22 10:54
#119
Snax | 
Poland Emmson 
Occasionally being a DJ at student's parties?
2020-01-22 11:53
#120
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Netherlands ___Snowy___ 
yea like once a week. its good pay
2020-01-22 11:54
#122
NEO | 
Poland AntOOr 
Dj yes?
2020-01-22 11:59
#125
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Netherlands ___Snowy___ 
yes
2020-01-22 12:01
#193
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World breezy0 
32000? Wtf
2020-01-25 15:00
#217
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Netherlands ___Snowy___ 
yes sir
2020-01-25 16:32
#219
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World breezy0 
Wtf how
2020-01-25 16:40
#220
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Netherlands ___Snowy___ 
im dj
2020-01-25 16:40
#221
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World breezy0 
Yeah but how do you get so much money for it? Usually unknown people get barely anything from organizers
2020-01-25 16:42
#226
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Netherlands ___Snowy___ 
im good dj
2020-01-25 16:57
#227
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World breezy0 
Link to your stuff?
2020-01-25 17:06
#75
Rich | 
North America Gumdrop 
Stop leeching off your parents and do something yourself.
2020-01-22 10:57
#148
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Canada ProvexPyker 
It would be stupid not to take that money, and he clearly has been doing his own stuff by working 50hrs a week's while being a student
2020-01-22 14:37
Alot? No. Enough to survive for a student? Yes In Denmark, if you don't live with your parents, you'll get about $1000 from the government, each month - money that you never will have to pay back.
2020-01-22 10:59
#124
NEO | 
Poland AntOOr 
Does it work like some kind of loan? I mean do you have to pay it back after finishing (with positive or negative result) studies?
2020-01-22 12:01
Nope. No loan, no paying back.
2020-01-22 12:03
Man Denmark is so good. Im gonna gain just under $25k per year debt (~$75k total) from student loans..
2020-01-25 15:07
That sucks man :(
2020-01-26 16:30
$4,5 an hour is rough man. I make $1000 on 50 hours of work. If I would study I would also get $280 from the government. Denmark is quite nice :)
2020-01-22 11:01
Before or after tax?
2020-01-22 11:04
#93
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Turkey Rick_Sanchez 
you now what's the biggest different between our goverments ? mine pretending like they are doing us a favor while fucking up everything and still get's a credit for it, meanwhile your's actually doing something favors citizens and not exaggerate it
2020-01-22 11:13
#107
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Finland 0lter 
denmark higher food costs, higher taxes so its misleading when he says he gets that amount
2020-01-22 11:36
#113
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Poland Adisky 
Consider that prices are 3x higher in Denmark
2020-01-22 11:42
Yes
2020-01-22 11:07
in our country with such amount of money u would be like alpha man
2020-01-22 11:09
Getting money from parents, I don't get anything even tho my parents have money
2020-01-22 11:25
unlucky man I feel you (((
2020-01-22 11:28
I would say its a king life for a Pole
2020-01-22 11:26
$4,50 per hour damn that sucks, i get $11,70 per hour on a shitty delivery job, but i dont work that much so i also end up with about $1000 per month, for me its more than enough.
2020-01-22 11:33
#106
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Finland 0lter 
lmao parents give you money
2020-01-22 11:34
#109
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Denmark Sir_Cumcised 
I get around 800$ from the state for studying and 2200$ from work (35$ per hour), i have bills for around 2000$ each month
2020-01-22 11:39
Its enough for a room, good food, fuel, entertainment, restaurant with gf, clothes etc in wroclaw. You would probably have some (200-300$) money left.
2020-01-22 11:40
#115
lan | 
Turkey Stylight^ 
*Laughs in TL
2020-01-22 11:44
#117
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Finland Vaittify 
Finland for students 225€ month (9 months in a year) - 70€ Rent (for 400€ apartment) Around 150€ per month. Don't buy anything unnecessary and you're good. We also have "student loan refund" which can make you free 6000€ if you graduate in time. 6000€/45 is 133€ (divided for 5 years (9x5=45)) So in total you can spend 288€ in a month.
2020-01-22 11:50
#126
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Turkey Rick_Sanchez 
is this thing also applies to master studens who is not finnish ?
2020-01-22 12:02
#143
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Finland Vaittify 
Seems like you need to move to Finland permanently or if studying is not your main reason to stay in in Finland (work, family etc) "Sinut on rekisteröity väestötietojärjestelmään Suomessa vakinaisesti asuvaksi ja Suomessa oleskelusi syy on muu kuin opiskelu (esimerkiksi työskentely, perhesiteet tai paluumuutto)."
2020-01-22 13:33
banan
2020-01-22 11:59
Normal Swedish student without rich parents gets about 1200 $ per month. About 400 of them is for free and about 800 is loans from the state. These loans have basically no interest and you can spend 30 years to pay them off
2020-01-22 12:01
make 4,5 usd per hour? I make fucking like 13-14, and im just 14. Wtf is this poland
2020-01-22 12:03
I get 2 euros for school 1€ goes to bus 1€ food
2020-01-22 12:04
Damn, it's honestly a lot for me personally. I could probably spend an entire semester less than what you spent in a month. Kind of sad to think but be grateful bud.
2020-01-22 12:04
Not that much
2020-01-22 12:18
#138
JaCkz | 
France Bubuche 
in France it sounds not so bad for a young student
2020-01-22 12:21
1000 dollars a month is just below what an average full time techie would make here, so for a student as allowance it's a fuckload, more than one could spend even
2020-01-22 12:22
TLDR: For the average citizen in my country, yes, it is a lot. When I was an intern during my last semester of tertiary education, I received an allowance of 650 SGD (481.80 USD) per month. You get more than that from your parents! When I was a secondary school student from 13 to 16 years old, my parents gave me 200 SGD (148.24 USD) per month. Most of my classmates received the same amount. Once I hit 16 years old, I made 136 SGD (100.80 USD) a week by working on the weekends: 2 days * 8 hrs * $8.5/hr. That adds up to roughly 789.33 SGD (585.04 USD) per month. One of my juniors at work just finished school and he said he received 400 SGD (296.49 USD) per month from his parents. I don't know if that's the average these days, but it's still a LOT less than 1k USD.
2020-01-22 12:32
but most Singaporeans live with their parents while study in uni, and they don't have to worry about accommodation, and sometimes even food. Anyway, food court food was not ridiculous ex in Singapore, plus many can save some money during NS time.
2020-01-25 15:42
#144
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Sri Lanka kvezee 
80% of russian students live for 50$/month
2020-01-22 13:35
Absolute bullshit
2020-01-22 14:40
#145
juliano | 
Poland mikj 
You do only care about money. Worthless guy
2020-01-22 13:37
#152
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Canada ProvexPyker 
And what gives you that impression?
2020-01-22 14:40
200-300$
2020-01-22 14:41
#155
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Yugoslavia ensaRRR 
I am student in Macedonia if I would have 1000$ per month I would be Prince man ..I spend 80$ to 120$ per month but i dont pay rent or something I stay at my uncle
2020-01-22 14:46
i didnt know you can make so much money with toilet cleaning that you can afford to give 800 euro monthly to your child
2020-01-22 15:27
haha I get this joke
2020-01-22 16:09
#170
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Finland autisti22 
so ur parent gives their salary to u? cuz average salary of poland was 952 euro at 2018. nt
2020-01-22 16:30
Your dad must be builder or something like rest of polish in uk
2020-01-22 16:30
200$ a month? bro u working in a dumpster?
2020-01-22 16:32
#178
Rich | 
North America Gumdrop 
$4-$5/h wtf is that shit.
2020-01-22 21:29
#179
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Venezuela Jorge_ 
You are crazy rich.
2020-01-22 21:30
#183
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United States Leapoz 
no
2020-01-23 01:05
#189
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Netherlands HetIsPatat 
€1000 is generally a lot for a student here assuming they only work in the weekend. That's like €15 an hour, which is above most average student jobs. But it's not unheard of either.
2020-01-25 14:52
#191
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African Union csarmani 
in my country average pay is like 400euro so yeah 1000 would be alot, also for an apartment like urs i have to pay like 50euros xd
2020-01-25 14:59
ahaha
2020-01-25 15:01
I get more but my housing is also a fair bit more than yours per month
2020-01-25 15:01
#196
BeZ | 
Denmark zixzenz 
4,5 per hour? holy fuck
2020-01-25 15:03
your salary is really low for here, 22m2 appartments here are also more expensive but the amount your parents give you is insane. 1000$ is about average for here i think, not really sure. im doing everything for about 750-800 a month
2020-01-25 15:11
I pay 300$ with fees for a 40m2 in the center of Belgrade, parents give me around 200$ monthly but i don't need to buy food, also i earn 70$ monthly from stipendiary, and avg salary here is around 350-400$ which means that's not easy to be a student in Serbia
2020-01-25 15:15
It's roughly $200 dollars less than what you get from the state per month in Denmark (when you're a student). That being said, the "minimum wage" (cause there's no actual minimum wage in DK) is something around $17 an hour, soo.
2020-01-25 15:28
It is just about the minimum. When studying you are giving like $900-1000 from the state each month (less if living with your folks or under 18 I think), on top of that many students are working a bit so they earn about the same on top and few even more than that.
2020-01-25 15:33
you get $800 from the state (and less if you work due to taxes) - but still, it's unimaginable to work for less than $17-$18 an hour - and I found work for $20 an hour (as a student) myself so, I I'm definitely not complaining, Denmark is definitely one of the easiest places to live if you're a student
2020-01-25 15:38
Yeah, we have a few students employed where I work. I think we pay them like that - and I know they have the finances to travel the World and more. Not that they are rolling in money or anything, but it is not like they are starving or anything and they won't have debt once they have completed their studies.
2020-01-25 15:40
i get about $1100 a month, 350 of which is financial support from the government, roughly 750 is student loan which i have to pay back later on, i pay $400 rent, which leaves 650-ish for the remainder of the month. It works if you know how to make cheap meals.
2020-01-25 15:36
In China I believe the average student allowance is around 200USD, middle-class should have around 4-500USD/month. Anyway, this excludes the accommodation fee, it was included in the university tuition fee (an average around 600USD/year). As a male, 200USD can be quiet sufficient to live (an average meal in school canteen cost around 70cents to 1.2USD), a cell phone plan around 7-8 dollars, a cup of large milk tea around 2 dollars. If working outside the salary is usually around 3USD/hour in big cities, 1.5-2 dollars in smaller ones.
2020-01-25 15:37
nope lol
2020-01-25 15:40
Average i guess diffrence is i make 700/800 / month and my parents put another 200-350/month
2020-01-25 15:44
it is all based on which country you live in. The better than country the higher the average
2020-01-25 16:34
just ask KELA for moniez ez)))
2020-01-25 16:42
#223
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Portugal Zedonp 
For anyone that doesn't have rent to pay and is living off their parents 1000$ per month is more than enough.
2020-01-25 16:46
#224
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Portugal NabasKi 
I spend in average 500 per month, 90 for uni's tuition fees, 250 for rent and the rest for transports/food
2020-01-25 16:46
well this sounds very good! i hope you enjoy studying
2020-01-25 17:10
1160€/month from goverment 500€ for 2 days of work
2020-01-25 17:14
#232
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Finland veganisti 
normal people makes 32k/month
2020-01-26 16:32
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