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Norway RainNumber1 
Info: - Country - Proffesion - How many years was your education - Salary per month in € - How many hours do u work per day / and do u work in the weekend - How many weeks of holiday/free from work do you get per year (extra info such as working overtime, bonus payment, extra jobs and so on) - Lastly, your YEARLY salary
2020-07-24 01:07
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I can start: - Norway - Geologist - 5 Year Master - 9000 euro per month - 7,5 hours per day (Monday - Friday) - 5 weeks of holiday (but I travel 2 weeks+ as a Geologist. So (7 weeks of holiday per year) ) Yearly Salary: 120 000 euro (123 500 to be excact) After taxes: 83 000 euro
2020-07-24 01:09
GIVE ME SALARY AFTER TAX AS WELL!
2020-07-24 01:07
#141
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Denmark WeiZy0
Denmark Computer scientist 2 1/2 year studying, might choose to do more later on life Im only 24. 4.3k euro Monthly. My contract says 37.5 hours monday to friday. But nobody does that tbh in this Office. Dunno about Holidays. I just started, first Month is july.
2020-07-24 09:43
So how long do you work? More or less?
2020-07-24 09:51
#150
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Denmark WeiZy0
Less. But I do sometimes work in weekends even tho I dont have to. Just because I enjoy doing my work :P
2020-07-24 10:22
Nice mate, that's great that you enjoy doing it. I think that's the most important part.
2020-07-24 10:24
#152
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Denmark WeiZy0
Yeah exactly. The only part I don't enjoy is frontend tasks. I wanna cry rn ahha
2020-07-24 10:25
They put you as a fullstack, or some frontend minors?
2020-07-24 10:30
#156
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Denmark WeiZy0
Im kinda fullstack yes. But thats my own fault at some point. But I do mostly backend But specializing in our web, and integrations. :)
2020-07-24 10:37
det er godt Thats why I wanna work in denmark, CPH then live in Sweden and u earn so much cause cheaper
2020-08-05 22:28
#496
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Denmark WeiZy0
Well its not all people who has it this way :p - I know alot of people who works more than 40+ hours in a week, and gets less than I do so. :)
2020-08-05 23:57
#42
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United States WumboCumbo
what do you do as a geologist ?? On a day to day basis
2020-07-24 01:49
There are many different tasks one do as a geologist. But generally when your working as a geologist your trying to find out what has happened in the past, and using it to say something about what may happen in the future. I use seismic data and geotechnical data, which make a picture or a calculation of what the earth under the seabed looks like. For the past 2 years, I have interpreted geophysical and geotechnical data to give advice to large customers such as Equinor and BP on what they should do and think about when building something on the seabed. It can be wind turbines, oil platforms, pipelines for gas transport to Europe or other things related to offshore energy. Other opportunities as a geologist can be working with climate and natural disasters, in sea and water, in energy such as oil, gas and wind power. Many work as engineers, researchers/scientists and technicians.
2020-07-24 02:11
great, your work is appreciated!
2020-07-24 04:05
that sounds pretty cool, sadly i am too stupid for all the math stuff on those professions
2020-07-24 04:15
Do you have some projects in Antartica?
2020-07-24 05:09
Not yet, I have a contract with Aker Solutions (a big oil company) I will help them expand safely for a few years... Have worked with them for 2 years, will work with them until the contract expands (2022) After that Antartica is on my map, but I am not sure if there are to many jobs there and if they are "available" and what not....
2020-08-04 01:07
#122
tarik | 
Indonesia ro2a
idk why, but i doubt your profession that a good jobs and good salary then wth you doing here ? cuz this forum is full of dumb ppl like me
2020-07-24 06:31
Well.... I play CSGO, I have used this site for a few years to follow FaZe matches (I half knew Haavard Nygaard "rain" when we were younger) and I found it interresting to hear all the weird and quite shocking threads made on this forum... ...
2020-08-04 01:09
will you save us from a cataclysm & earthquake if it happens bro?
2020-07-24 12:36
Well, right now I work for an oil company in Norway... so "catalysm" and earthquakes is not what I work with at this moment.... and I doubt I will save Portugal from that.. cuz I obviously am from Norway... I am sure you have some decent geologist in Portugal, that can save/warn you about any incoming earthquakes of some sorts...
2020-08-04 01:11
worked with many of your colleagues in nepal after the earthquake. you guys are lifesavers
2020-07-25 21:05
<3 Our pleasure
2020-07-25 21:12
Your job sounds really interesting.
2020-07-27 10:22
wtf 96kr per month ?
2020-07-24 01:52
50 thousand reais per month, holy shit, KKKK.
2020-07-25 07:02
like 25 000 kg in bananas KKKKKKKKKK
2020-07-25 12:29
#333
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Italy kyoor
XD
2020-07-25 21:20
Lmao
2020-07-27 08:09
#353
REZ | 
Mexico PS4
lol
2020-07-27 08:53
#393
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China KoreanFan
Wtf, how much are your bananas?
2020-08-01 10:26
1 kilo bananas in BRcost average like 2 reais(google info) so ez count
2020-08-01 11:07
#456
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Estonia Mrkruvi
quick maths
2020-08-04 02:29
Their tax system is different. Taxes are included in the stuff you buy, that's why everything is so expensive in Norway.
2020-07-25 14:05
#401
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Europe twitchy_
What do you mean? They have 25% tax but most of the eu countries have around 20% so is not that different.
2020-08-01 10:53
2020-08-02 21:14
As an American, 5 weeks vacation is amazing. That combined with the salary and I'd say you've done well for yourself. Congrats :)
2020-07-24 02:14
5 week is the minimum vacation in Norway... Teachers as an example have basically more than 10 weeks of vacation combined per year
2020-07-24 02:16
Well teachers have a similar amount of time off here due to summer break but that's still crazy when compared to American work/life. I'm still in college but I have a friend working full time and he only gets ONE week of vacation a year. Scary to think that I may be trapped in a similar position. Motivation to do better for myself I suppose.
2020-07-24 02:18
ONE week per year... Holy shit. He cant even travel then :( I travel twice a year, to places like Spain, Italy, Greece and so on. Corona fucked it for me this year, but I will probably travel in october. But the 5 weeks off per year to travel, is what gives me motivation. I could never see me with only 1 week of vacation a year. I feel so sorry for your friend :(
2020-07-24 02:28
As do I. Perhaps my country can wake up one of these years and start treating employees like people rather than cogs in a machine.
2020-07-24 02:33
it's easier to just go somewhere else tbh. no point in wasting time fighting a losing battle in the USA, that shit will never change as long as big companies are in the pockets of our politicians (which will be forever). any time someone tries to fight for better working conditions/benefits, half the country calls them a Communist. it's just not worth it. as soon as i get enough money, i'm outta here.
2020-07-24 05:36
#394
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China KoreanFan
You're trying to say capitalism in USA failed?
2020-08-01 10:28
I think failed is kinda harsh. I believe with competent leadership, we can still be steered in the right direction, but unfortunately we haven't had competent leadership in a while.
2020-08-01 18:56
#409
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China KoreanFan
Just a question, was George W. Bush one of the worst presidents in history?
2020-08-01 21:46
yes
2020-08-02 00:38
#416
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China KoreanFan
Thank you!
2020-08-02 11:15
I think there are two ways for american issues to be solved. 1. European socialism style, which means that strong unions and making agreements to have minimal salaries and vacations etc. 2. Pure capitalism style, meaning that corporations should be competing for best employers with great benefits, forcing more companies to give out proper benefits. Its a long way for both, but I've seen some companies starting to promote 8h days and proper vacations, so there is a chance for some industries like IT to actually change over time, but people should also demand these things.
2020-08-04 17:49
Europe isn't socialist, welfare programs are not socialism European countries have better social safety nets for us, which I think is a good thing But socialism is when workers own the means of production, so if you start a company you are forced to give an equal amount of stock to all new employees
2020-08-05 17:33
In theory yes. We do live in controlled captialistic system, where governments have strong status on setting up the rules, looking after the people at least equal to the benefit of the corporations. But try to explain how that is not socialism for US, I think best description would be something like limited capitalism, forcing corporations to also look after their employers.
2020-08-05 18:52
It is capitalism with strong social programs, dumbasses in the us call all government socialism
2020-08-06 01:05
this is also part of the reason why so many Americans are uncultured. Out of my close friend group of ~25 people, I can count on one hand the amount of people who have ever left the United States. it's kind of embarrassing.
2020-07-24 05:38
i mean in fairness the US is a fucking Massive place that differs alot from state to state like there are states where you can literally drive an entire fucking day and still be in the same state the reason road trips are big there is you got a big ass country with thousands upon thousands of miles to drive through in my country a tiny island literally everywhere is reachable withen 7 hours drive
2020-07-25 05:06
you're definitely right, I can understand the reasoning as to WHY they haven't left, but the culture is honestly pretty much the same across the US. Sure the climate and environments can be drastically different when you go from northeast to southwest, but you never really experience a culture that's different than your own. Of course there's slight variations, but I experienced way more culture from living in Spain for 6 months than I've ever experienced from traveling across the US. Traveling outside the US really opens your eyes as to the different lifestyles that people live in different countries, and I think experiencing these different cultures would greatly help a lot of Americans overcome the mentality that only America is important in the world. My friends literally made fun of me for deciding to live in a different country for a few months. They just won't get the appeal of it until they experience these things for themselves.
2020-07-25 07:13
As a geologist you could be interested traveling to Ethiopia and checking out the Simien Mountains in the north part of the african rift valley. Took a group of geophysics students there back in 2013 when I was at the uni :)
2020-08-04 17:53
What field is he in? Even in Accounting we get 3 weeks vacation time.
2020-07-24 05:16
well Accounting is a pretty good gig. skilled labor is kind of a different story, but for any kind of unskilled labor you won't get more than a few days (if you get any at all)
2020-07-24 05:41
That's crazy cause 5 weeks is basically unheard of in the US lol
2020-07-24 04:56
In finland teachers have about 15-16 weeks of pay holiday + weekends obv. Basically if students are home, so are teachers.
2020-07-24 06:39
thats normal for teachers here aswell. Although not all schools pay during summer and such (some do some dont, pay equates the same it just matters if they split it throughout entire year or only working part).
2020-07-27 08:18
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2020-07-24 06:39
5 weeks is minimum in Germany too. I have 30 working days for example which is like 42 days when you add weekends.
2020-07-24 16:44
Thats everyone here. Cleaning lady, construction worker... Paid leave 5 weeks a year. Sick leave also paid and not deducted from vacation days.
2020-07-25 22:10
Well, this is Norway for you. Top 3 country to live in for a reason. If you do the same exact job in many other countries youll be making from 10.000 to 20.000 a year MAX. And im talking about Europe.
2020-07-24 02:30
you have to know that the costs are WAY higher in Norway as well.
2020-07-24 16:45
How much per month on average you talking about ?
2020-07-24 21:44
Dont understand the question!? Avg of what? Wage in Norway, wage here where I am or costs?
2020-07-24 22:52
I mean an average cost of living for an average household. Lets say rent/food/electricity/internet and for transport ( car or metro ) per month, assuming you have an average house, not a villa or something.
2020-07-24 23:57
I cant say Im not from Norway but I know the prices are huge there. I Just googled and it says 2 bedroom flat 80 m2 costs around 2000 USD monthly and utilities 300 USD (info from 2018). Its probably higher now but also depends where you live like everywhere. Beer avrg price is 7-8e, meal in restaurant for 2 people 70+ euros capuccino 4e etc :)
2020-07-25 06:11
OH i see ,thanks for info
2020-07-25 12:55
#130
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Russia pvcure13
same job as my dad but he earned over 5x that... why the difference? Edit: cuz my dad was in an administrative position on top of that I guess
2020-07-24 06:58
Are you hiring young statistician like me in your research group? :D
2020-07-24 12:56
Spain MBA and a Master Degree in SAP/ERP 0 salary cause no one wants to hire without experience, its life meeeeeeeen(
2020-07-24 17:21
you have almost triple the average yearly salary here in one month.. insane, but i guess you deserved it
2020-07-25 12:44
an stupid profession with a lot of money.. damn
2020-08-04 02:41
a stupid profession???
2020-08-04 02:59
#3
LaimB | 
Lithuania Martis
Jobless student. Most likely will stay jobless after studies too
2020-07-24 01:09
get your ass out of Lithuania dude.....
2020-07-24 01:11
Staying jobless in Scandinavia would be indeed awesome!
2020-07-24 01:17
Well u would make more money being jobless in Norway than u would working as pretty much anything in Lithuania......
2020-07-24 01:18
Yeah, good observation
2020-07-24 01:19
that's fuvkin true. How can I go Norway?
2020-07-25 13:37
#395
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China KoreanFan
Before you go: According to the Norwegian Immigration Act, all foreigners have to apply for permanent residency in order to live and work in Norway, except for citizens of Nordic countries. There are four main reasons for immigration to Norway that are lawfully accepted – employment, education, protection and family reunification.
2020-08-01 10:29
AHH i NEED PROTECTION
2020-08-01 13:05
better be poor in lithuania then be a slave in some west country
2020-07-24 03:29
slave???? LMAOOOOO. I lost braincells reading that
2020-07-24 04:45
-1 shit take
2020-07-24 05:36
#180
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Lithuania arres
Thats why you use eu flag instead of your own eastern/balkan europe country flag. Just to show that you are not a slave to rich western eu countries.
2020-07-24 12:31
idgaf
2020-07-25 20:30
0/8 no one is this dumb haha
2020-07-25 13:58
#399
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Europe MaHoTei
bruh you can legit work as a builder of in a construction site with no education and you get training on the job and you get paid decent money how is it slave its better than working in the office all-day
2020-08-01 10:44
Im gambler i earn -100eu every month
2020-07-24 01:09
Same
2020-07-24 01:35
#269
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Serbia DjapeZ
nice mans, u too #36
2020-07-25 02:01
#5
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Other Zytoep
unemployed so I make 0
2020-07-24 01:10
- UK - Sales Rep - 1 year of college so far - £650 - 14 Hours on Saturday and Sunday combined - 100 Hours off yearly - Overtime is £96 for 8 hours which i do alot cause im free alot of the time.
2020-07-24 01:13
bro how do u afford food?
2020-07-24 01:14
Im 17 i still live with my parents. Most people at my age are still unemployed or working at tesco for 7£ an hour. Its weekend job only
2020-07-24 01:15
I forgot the age part.... true. Well then 650 per month isnt bad I guess
2020-07-24 01:17
No i mean £650 for weekend only i think is really good. It works around £11 a hour. Comparing to other people my age over here work full time for around 8-9£. When i say full time i mean like 3-4 days a week.
2020-07-24 01:19
11 pound a hour is illegal in Norway I think, lmao.
2020-07-24 01:19
Yeah but norway is bestest. Here minimum wage is 4.50£ For 16-17 year olds
2020-07-24 01:23
BRUH, in New Zealand Minimal Wage is $18.50
2020-07-24 02:30
yeah mate but in the UK, apprentices gets paid lower than minimum wage. Minimum wage £8 over there which makes $16 so not very different.
2020-07-24 10:06
$18.50 is very much different
2020-07-24 10:50
You rezalize that prices aren't the same in the UK, Norway and New Zeland, right ? When you are rom Norway you can have some amazing trips, but jesus paying 38 euros for a pizza in Oslo is really expensive for foreigners
2020-07-25 13:46
Uk is just a shit hole
2020-07-24 01:25
in Morocco for example if u are working on mcdonalds as a waiter u will get 0.073$/h FeelsAmazingManssssssssssssssssssssss
2020-07-24 02:33
:( very sad
2020-07-24 02:34
i mean the salaries are very low and the food/clothes/everything isn't
2020-07-24 02:35
#173
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Belgium lil_vodka
name doesnt check out if u work in the mcdonalds in belgium ull get something like 11euro/h
2020-07-24 12:14
#206
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France Niinyop
je peux travailler dans ton mcdo bg ?
2020-07-24 15:53
#207
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Belgium lil_vodka
alz bb
2020-07-24 16:20
#411
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United Kingdom 3Head
Tbf having a higher minimum wage means small companies employ less people and they cut corners to maintain profit margins, eg tips are taken away.
2020-08-02 00:42
#212
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Europe Rawrcakes
Take 100 euros every month and invest them in stocks. Best thing you can do.. You'll be able to buy some nice gear for your first place in a couple of years, or save the money for long term. You might even be hardcore enough to save up enough money for a down payment on a place to own, rather than to rent.. That way you skip the entire phase of your life where you lose money on paying rent every month. Good luck sir.
2020-07-24 16:32
How do you think i should start investing. I hear a lot about this. I heard there are lessons for x amount of time where you use real stock market with fake currency and they teach you. Some just seem to start but i dont know how much you can learn by doing that. What platforms are best to use?
2020-07-24 20:23
#247
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Europe Rawrcakes
You should start right here: youtube.com/watch?v=PHe0bXAIuk0 It won't teach you jack about how investing works, or even how to do it. It will teach you the basics of economics, which unfortunately is a requirement to unlock the investing skill tree. Once you've understood the basics of how the "machine works" you can start to buy assets, which is basically cogs in the machine. If we we playing a simulation game, then owning shares (stocks) in a company, would be the same as you owning a NPC store, that all the Players can access. It's also what makes the "game" so interesting. There are millions of companies and assets to invest in. What do you want to profit from humans doing? Please understand. Investing is real life economy strategy. It can be min/maxed, but due to the nature of humans, and the ever changing behaviors that we demonstrate, there is no golden standard of how, where or even what to invest in. If you're a private person, an average joe just out of school / under 30, your best bet is to just set aside at least 50 euros every single month. Either invest it into stocks that you've deeply researched yourself, or find companies that provide high yield dividend funds, or even better - Ask your bank - You pay them for that service through your annual fees in most cases. Might as well get your moneys worth. This money that you set aside every month, can be looked at, as lending your future self money. While this is a great thing, it's not always the best thing. For example, you should never risk, nor invest money that you cannot afford to never see again. When you part with this money, you need to tell yourself that you're not gonna see that money again for another 5-10 years. If you do this, over 10-20 years, you'll build a significant amount of passive income through your dividend yields, and hopefully the stock value will go up in the same time period. Dividends are paid out when stocks are successful and companies profit. A part of their yearly bottomline is paid out to all shareholders. This is the main reason why you want to buy stocks, and just hold on to them for long periods of time.
2020-07-24 22:39
#250
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Europe Rawrcakes
Oh and quick sidenote most banks offer stocks in their banking apps, but since you're under 18 i'd suggest you talk with your parents / bank about, just in general you setting money aside every month - See what they say and work from there.
2020-07-24 22:58
Alright thanks man i appreciate that. I honestly did not even know banking apps have that kind of thing i had never come across it. I have the money to put aside and i understand all the risks. I just need to do ALOT of research into everything because everytime i hear about trading and stocks they always seem to have a good return which begs the question why doesnt everybody do it.
2020-08-03 23:00
#461
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Europe Rawrcakes
People don't do it because they're stupid with the way that they spend their money. That's the sad truth of it. By stupid I mean that people seem to value some things way higher than the need for this financial security. Like expensive phones, gambling, clothes, luxuries, weekend drinking, computer gear, video games, patreon and twitch subscriptions, some have multiple streaming services that they pay to but don't actually use - The list is endless. In the end, it all comes down to prioritizing the way you spend your money. I usually ask myself "Do I desperately need this?" before I decide to buy something. The older you get, the more you realize that "If I started this 5 years ago, what could've I have done now?" By taking a set amount of your income every month and putting it aside in something, you're basically covered, and don't have to worry about it.. Just treat it like paying a bill for your own financial security in the future.
2020-08-04 11:34
#9
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Europe BIG_BIGFAN
country: currently i am in italy profession: dj education: self taught salary: 32k/month i usually work 10-20 hours per week depending on how long the jobs are, but i barely have work in corona times holidays: i can decide around 384k/year i also have a italian model gf, she costs quite a lot tho
2020-07-24 01:13
funny. Very original
2020-07-24 01:14
#15
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Europe BIG_BIGFAN
thank you! there arent a lot of djs on hltv so i thought i should tell people my proffession
2020-07-24 01:16
same, only different country
2020-07-24 10:35
#208
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Europe _EpiC_
+1
2020-07-24 16:23
do you BMX?
2020-08-04 01:19
my ass ass sucker since i've realized that i have a ass i'm paid for asses 12hrs per ass only when i'm not working with my ass 365 asses
2020-07-24 01:13
+1
2020-07-24 01:19
Now playing: Forgot to (feat. Laugh)
2020-07-24 01:35
you're 16 and ask your parents for money to buy csgo skins RainNumber1
2020-07-24 01:14
I wouldnt need to ask.... 1K is nothing for my parents.... My father is a vice-president in Aker solutions
2020-07-24 01:16
Calm down buddy
2020-07-24 01:17
I just replied to ur statement
2020-07-24 01:18
Tell your father to adopt me
2020-07-24 01:27
No, we give enough money to Argentinian kids... We are sponsoring hundreds of poor kids in south america, including Argentina. So maybe u are one of them whom we are sponsoring....
2020-07-24 02:13
Can your dad Adopt me
2020-07-24 02:32
New Zealand I like. U probably have enough money tho. But if u need someone to call daddy, I cant help u
2020-07-24 02:33
I don't have moneys mens)))
2020-07-24 02:34
I rather think I am one of those, but I can see your father seems to be a nice person, cant say the same about you
2020-07-24 11:04
he´s what we call a "Schmatzer"
2020-07-24 13:46
schmarotzer*
2020-08-01 10:42
so your dad is knut nyborg?
2020-07-24 10:08
#161
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Finland 7ones
Propably vice president of some department, not the whole company
2020-07-24 10:58
probably vp of the industrial cleaning department
2020-07-24 11:00
list of all vice presidents of Aker solutions akersolutions.com/who-we-are/management/ Only Knut Nyborg is norwegian and male
2020-07-24 21:49
That kid just outed himself to show off... lol wtf
2020-07-25 14:03
#319 Clearly he doesn't really care.
2020-08-01 11:39
I see what you did there clearly
2020-08-04 01:21
is your dad Knut Nyborg?
2020-07-24 21:48
Yes clearly
2020-07-25 15:50
im draining and faze takes 80% of my earnings from this
2020-07-24 01:23
xD
2020-07-24 01:23
draaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaain gaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaang
2020-07-24 01:59
#396
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China KoreanFan
Nt Tfue, get your flag right.
2020-08-01 10:33
#30
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Denmark KalasYoP
- Country: Denmark - Proffesion: Studying - How many years was your education: Not relevent - Salary per month in €: 290 - How many hours do u work per day / and do u work in the weekend: I go to school every day. - How many weeks of holiday/free from work do you get per year: Rougly 10 weeks (payed) Thank you Denmark for giving me money because I go to school.
2020-07-24 01:25
#47
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France Insidium
That's cool
2020-07-24 01:57
And yet we have people that study but aren't 18 or older ;( Part-time work and i still make less. When im done with college i can get SU
2020-07-24 10:30
#193
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Denmark KalasYoP
unluko
2020-07-24 13:27
yeah and will pay 50% taxes in the future FOREVER Thank you Denmark for giving me money for a few years because I go school that forces me to buy a $2k MacBook and that I will end up paying up with and MUCH more.
2020-07-24 23:16
#254
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Denmark KalasYoP
I will hit toptax after my education, and ez. 55% tax. GG TILT
2020-07-24 23:17
Congrats give away more than half of you're income for next to nothing in return. Yeah healthcare and such but Germany seems fine and I'm the kind of person that lays in a hospital because of a influenza
2020-07-24 23:21
#259
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Denmark KalasYoP
Imo they should lower taxes, remove toptax, and add payment to some healthcare cases. But we all know that this won't happen in Denmark.
2020-07-24 23:29
#412
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United Kingdom 3Head
Bruh 55% tax jesus christ are there not protests around stupid taxes ?
2020-08-02 00:44
#415
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Denmark KalasYoP
Welcome to Denmark....
2020-08-02 01:17
hltv moderator (12k/month)
2020-07-24 01:24
Unemployee 3M a year
2020-07-24 01:29
3 euro a year u mean? Cuz, that seems to be normal in Argentina.
2020-07-24 02:13
#70
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Australia halyxd
3 million pesos = 3 euro
2020-07-24 02:31
3 euros = 390 pesos
2020-07-24 03:16
lol, wtf blondie, u jealous?
2020-07-24 03:20
hopefully my borthers will drag me along in germany to take care of bitches and steal cars... a good girl from what they told me makes around 600/700 maybe 1k / day (streetish kind of girl) honest money tho, at least i'm not lying strangers on hltv forums 🤢🤢🤡🤡
2020-07-24 01:34
Albania brain... what can u do....
2020-07-24 02:14
#143
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Albania Edjon
or maybe hes just baiting and he is a fakeflagger....just saying that is obvious as fuck edit: hltv.org/forums/threads/2273880/russians..
2020-07-24 09:50
xddd
2020-07-24 04:26
im a gigolo about 800e/day and i work about 3 days week so in a month it's about 10k
2020-07-24 01:39
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Faroe Islands klnv
Info: - Country Faroe islands - Proffesion Pro player - How many years was your education none - Salary per month in € 400 - How many hours do u work per day / and do u work in the weekend 8 h+ everyday - How many weeks of holiday/free from work do you get per year depends (extra info such as working overtime, bonus payment, extra jobs and so on)
2020-07-24 01:40
- Lithuania - Military Soldier (Heavy weaponary) - Did 9 months of compulsory military service and stayed to work - At the moment ~1250€ , getting my sergeant rank in 3-4 months so it's gonna be ~1300€ - 8h per day and it depends on the weekly schedule if I work on weekends 'cause of Military practice - If the practice is long (3-7days) I get 1 free day per 1 day of practice so it depends on that, I'd say 40-50 free days - 15k per year sadly
2020-07-24 01:42
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Faroe Islands klnv
how do you have money for food and taxes
2020-07-24 01:43
I mean he is in the military so the food and shelter part is probably sorted. idk about tax
2020-07-24 03:24
#164
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Finland 7ones
Come on man, ofc the prices are much cheaper than in Farö islands.
2020-07-24 11:02
#174
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Belgium lil_vodka
kekw compare lithuania with faroe islands n1
2020-07-24 12:17
Since it's 110km road to work everyday I get traveling money and rent money, my rent is 300 euro, and half of that is payed by the military, so it's basically 1100 euro to spend every month
2020-07-24 13:45
#334
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Italy kyoor
wtf is this, you earn more than italian soldiers lol nothern italian state jobs salaries sucks cuz south italy costs muchless
2020-07-25 21:48
- France - Engineer in an oil company - 5 years at the university - 8.000€ - 8 hours - 2 weeks per one year The company is officially registered in the Arab Emirates so 0% taxes
2020-07-24 01:51
why no taxes in UAE? Tax Haram?
2020-07-24 13:11
No they're trying to build a sustainable economy and creating jobs there since oil is decreasing youtube.com/watch?v=QP-eJRMrnBg youtube.com/watch?v=8mBXfuHbuK4 youtube.com/watch?v=WMzV-pD9iLA
2020-07-24 23:20
#397
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China KoreanFan
When Arab countries run out of oil, most of them, if not all will get abandoned and major companies will no longer have interest in these countries.
2020-08-01 10:38
#203
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United States theory^
What did you major in? Petroleum engineering?
2020-07-24 14:37
Thats Sounds just stupid. Maybe the Company doesent pay taxes, like McDonald’s, Apple and so on. But its employees does pay tax if you live in France. Lmao
2020-07-24 16:58
y obviously lying lol
2020-07-24 23:38
It depends on his tax residency, maybe he declares the money under UAE tax law.
2020-07-25 02:39
I vaguely remember that if you declare under a certain country, you have to reside there for more than half of the full year. Could be wrong though
2020-08-06 02:04
- Brazil - Logistics Director - 7 years total (business school + MBA in supply chain management) - USD 16k + bonus (last year I made USD 260k ) - on paper: 8 hours per day - reality: at least 10h/day - weekends + holydays + 30 days paid vacation
2020-07-24 01:52
#335
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Italy kyoor
what was the course in the business school?
2020-07-25 21:55
Business administration
2020-07-26 01:06
#48
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United States Jaksin
- USA - Professional Liar - Lying since I was born - €1000000000000000000 - 10 minutes a week - 420 - €1000000000000000000*12
2020-07-24 01:57
You're gonna be president. Can you play golf? And are you good at grabbing them by the p....?
2020-07-24 02:30
good enough to be US president
2020-07-24 04:13
Attorney
2020-07-24 02:01
Do you work in Pearson Hardman?
2020-07-25 13:51
Person Spector actually
2020-07-25 20:07
fkn spoiler
2020-07-31 19:00
#57
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India mari123
- Country india - Proffesion engineering - How many years was your education 13 - Salary per month 800usd around 63000 rupee - How many hours do u work per day 12 - How many weeks of holiday: none. - Lastly, your YEARLY salary : around 10000usd
2020-07-24 02:15
Ouch - that is a lot of working hours and with zero holidays! How do you find the time to be on hltv
2020-07-24 02:28
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India mari123
well I mean i am quitting soon, so ye .. endless work and i deserve better pay.
2020-07-24 02:30
I once had a job where at times it was like that. It was fun because the work was interesting, but not worth it in the long run - no time to live.
2020-07-24 02:33
#451
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Sweden wtf_men
How many years study at uni? 5?
2020-08-04 01:35
-Norway -Able Seaman -3 Years -2600 euros - i work 10.5 hours per day for 2 weeks, we work weekends. We have 2 weeks of work then we have 2 weeks off work. -Those 2 weeks off are our main off days, but we can apply for 1 week extra during summer. -Yearly = 40k euros+- depending on how much i work.
2020-07-24 02:17
-Russia -kid -16 years -0 -24 -100 days Year:0 Taxes:I have but Idk how much
2020-07-24 02:20
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Peru TheJuan
1 a month
2020-07-24 02:22
Is that enough for you tho
2020-07-24 03:17
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Peru TheJuan
yes I have a very simple life
2020-07-24 03:44
- Denmark - IT. Problem manager - 1½ year - 6.000 Euro - 32½ hours per week. - 6 weeks paid holiday + bank holidays that are also paid. Over time either pays double or gives 2 hours off work for each working hour. Yearly 72.000 Euro. After tax 40K something euros from the work income, it depends on how much I make in passive income since that messes with deductibles as so.
2020-07-24 02:27
Canada part time rake puller 23 minute on site orientation 3860.46 8-9 sometimes saturday entire winter for school 60,000 cad
2020-07-24 02:27
where did you go to school for 23 min orientation?
2020-07-24 04:23
it said education not school
2020-07-24 04:23
yeah and where did you go to school for it? idiot
2020-07-24 04:24
The jobsite
2020-07-24 14:15
never heard of the university. where is it at?
2020-07-25 00:14
Unfortunately it's kinda exclusive however I can give you some good tips on how to get in
2020-07-25 04:27
- Portugal/Lisbon - UI Designer - 3 yrs degree + 1 year online course - 2500€/month - 8hrs/day
2020-07-24 03:05
you work in an office or remote?
2020-07-24 03:27
office
2020-07-24 03:32
That's a well above average salary for a person in Lisbon! Are you working in a Portuguese firm?
2020-07-25 13:55
Dj, 32k a month
2020-07-24 03:31
Imagine there will be a lot of people talking shit here. I work in an industry that often recruits the brightest from top universities globally (STEM fields) - As a benchmark, I know what the salaries are in various countries in my field (mind you, we most likely wouldn't be able to recruit the talent we do given our hefty working hours if we paid less than other industries). We may also quite often be privy to information of what key employees earn at large companies in various sectors as this may be key pieces of information to secure retention in a M&A. Based on this, what a lot of people on HLTV are posting for their profession is very often overstated by 50-100%, or they're simply extremely lucky with their employment and earn way above what the median is in their field assuming a relatively short tenure.
2020-07-24 03:41
What? So you are saying people on hltv are not truthful?
2020-07-24 03:52
What field are you in?
2020-07-24 04:19
Management consulting
2020-07-24 15:50
nah man there are totally people with master's degrees making $300k per year posting here. source: trust me bro
2020-07-24 04:24
Xd
2020-07-27 09:45
Nt it’s government secret
2020-07-24 03:44
Mongolia Data Analyst / Financial analyst 2 years of Engineering / 4 years of IT 700$ per month + yearly bonus 8 hours per day/ 5 working days 3 week holidays
2020-07-24 04:18
#134
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Sweden FujinWoW
How can you afford pc lmao
2020-07-24 09:02
when u can bet on rigged shit asian games u can earn much more in mongolia
2020-07-24 16:45
Cost of living in these countries is way lower than we are used to
2020-07-25 13:57
Quite good enough
2020-07-25 15:06
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Ukraine volod1m1r
dumb
2020-08-05 19:25
0 sadly
2020-07-24 04:29
Cam girl
2020-07-24 04:43
+1 bestest job
2020-07-25 01:46
- TURKEY - Barista - High schoold gruaduated, couldnt went collage'cos of finincial situations, 12 years btw. - 295,68 Euro per month - Work weekend, off day is in weekday 6 day working. - 14 days per year +5 $ for everyday for food money. - 3550 €/year. im 24 yers old. i have born in hell. waiting for a die. also i have 3200 € debt. lol there's only one reason not to suicide is my father is still alive.
2020-07-24 04:44
Don't suicide please mens((
2020-07-24 09:43
3200 in debt is nothing man, you lucky
2020-07-24 09:54
you think its not problem for u maybe cos of exchange difference. 3200 € means my total gain in one year. think about that.
2020-07-27 02:48
Yep, I saw man, but 1 year salary i still low debt. And if you were to find a better job/move from Turkey that debt would be erased in a heart beat.
2020-07-27 11:02
yeah maybe one day i can find an opportunity to move on abroad
2020-07-28 00:01
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Europe twitchy_
You should be able to return a yearly salary on 5-6 years using 15-20% of your monthly salary. If you move to another place, maybe in less time because 3k is not that much.
2020-08-01 11:27
man, you'll be fine, just try to get something better, I don't know your country's reality but even tho I can guarantee that if you put your effort out there you can accomplish anything. And nothing justifies that end, so keep it up brother!
2020-07-24 12:17
Bratuha start learning something on the side you can make money with. For example Online Marketing stuff like SEO/SEA. Make an own blog / website and keep improving it. In 2-3 years you have a side hustle you can earn a lot of money with and help you get a better life. good luck
2020-07-24 16:27
- Norway - Finance Broker (Not really sure what it translates to in English but in Norwegian its Finansmegler) - 5 Year Master in Economy and Administration at NHH - About 10300 euro per month - about 8 hours per day (Monday - Friday) - 5 weeks of holiday (Minimum Vacation amount in Norway) Yearly Salary: 140 000 euro (141 500 if you want to be exact) After taxes: 91 000 euro
2020-07-24 04:55
is the vacation time separate from sick days or other forms of paid days off there?
2020-07-24 05:01
Yes, Vacation days are separate from sick days and other kinds of leave of absence like parental leave etc. If you get sick during a vacation you are entitled to a new vacation. This, of course, requires that you turn in a medical certificate that confirmes that you are indeed sick. And of course, this also requires that your sickness makes you unable to work
2020-07-24 06:34
can you tell me what exactly you do at your job? i googled it up it doesn't look much that technical and hard.. so why do you get paid so much? is it just because of your country?
2020-07-24 10:54
So the basic way of what we do is that we work with trading securities and advising on the purchase and sales of shares, mortgage deeds, bonds, and currencies. We trade with foreign currencies for our own business or for clients on a commission basis and propose transactions for clients or corporate management. It sounds really complicated, but if you're interested in Trading, in general, it's actually pretty simple. I love my work since I've always loved economics, but the request for Finance Brokers is really limited. In Norway, it's actually the 3rd best paying profession.
2020-07-24 19:05
wow sounds interesting ... thanks for the info gl :)
2020-07-25 10:52
vad fan
2020-07-24 13:19
Finansmegler can be translated into "scammer"
2020-07-24 16:46
- Brazil - Businessman - 4 years in advertising and maybe one or two years doing other courses Arround 10k euro month - arround 8-12 hours day - 1 month of Holiday or More
2020-07-24 05:26
flag dosent checks out
2020-07-31 22:38
Brazil - Lawyer -5 years - About 1k €/month. Yeah, fucked up country. - Flexible schedule - No work on weeknds - By the rule 30 days of vacation per year, but we have a lot of national holiday... seriously, a lot -This is my first job
2020-07-24 05:43
Jesus, 1k a month for being a lawyer??? That's insane
2020-07-24 06:38
Yes dude, its sad. But.. to be honest, for our reality is a nice salary. € is almost 7x more valued than the brazilian currency, so thank god I end up living well. If you got your salary in euro, should come to brazil, will be really rich here
2020-07-24 07:16
Lawyer in Brazil = shit job, anyone can be a lawyer there, Brazil has more law schools — some 1,240 — than the rest of the world combined. And they have turned out some 800,000 lawyers.. this answer your question, the only DEGREE that is really competitive and guarantee a very good life in Brazil is to be a Doctor... even dentists now are low paid because there are too much of them
2020-07-24 09:32
+1
2020-08-03 23:41
all these poor europoors lol
2020-07-24 05:47
Stfu u have to pay 100k for giving birth amazing healthcare system 11/10
2020-07-25 14:00
- Sweden - Frontend developer - 1 - 2,330€ - 40, no weekends - 5 - 50% bonus payment end of year if it goes well, prob not this year
2020-07-24 05:59
only 2,330 as a front end dev? even in Portugal people earn this salary... I know HTML CSS and some JavaScript but I swichted to UI/UX Design because It's less boring
2020-07-24 09:37
just turned 22 and i've worked for 6 months as probationary employement. This is my first paid dev job. I can't complain
2020-07-24 17:22
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Belgium lil_vodka
& how old are cuz i have a feeling that this is a low salary in sweden i also wanna become a frontend dev but im still studying & do u have any tips which languages i should learn?
2020-07-24 12:27
just turned 22 and i've worked for 6 months as probationary employment. This is my first paid dev job. I can't complain. You just need to know javascript and get to know a modern framework, vue/angular/react. In my case I learned react on my own and then started working in angular at this job. But I obviously got previous education covering js basics, css and html
2020-07-24 17:25
Don’t jump into frameworks/libraries before you know vanilla javascript fundamentals
2020-07-24 20:07
#265
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Belgium lil_vodka
thank u mens!!
2020-07-25 01:28
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Italy kyoor
50% pay at end of the year? tf? so u earn 27500, and if it goes well they give you +13700? lol
2020-07-25 22:02
+12000 end of year. My monthly salary is 24000. This would make it 25000, but corona prob ruined that
2020-07-25 22:09
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Pakistan XtraticX
Pakistan Mechanical engineer 15 years No fix salary (depend on work) 10 hours (in lockdown) / no weekend 1 day per week / 48 days per year 4000€ to 5000€ yearly salary
2020-07-24 06:19
rip
2020-07-24 06:38
#368
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Pakistan XtraticX
Our government deserve to be in hell
2020-07-27 13:36
+1 the condition rn of our country is shit afff
2020-07-27 13:37
hahahaha wtffff
2020-07-25 12:41
- Country Chinese (But this is in Canada) - Proffesion I'm a student, but I "work". - How many years was your education Second year university. - Salary per month in € 1600 - How many hours do u work per day / and do u work in the weekend Uh, usually around 3-5 hours a week - How many weeks of holiday/free from work do you get per year Part time, so idk. (extra info such as working overtime, bonus payment, extra jobs and so on) I'm just a student working part time, so nothing too special. - Lastly, your YEARLY salary Around 30k Canadian, so 19k euros.
2020-07-24 06:22
France Baguette baker 4 years 3200€ 40-50 hours 43000€
2020-07-24 06:22
#128
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Brazil mibrzera
Brasil History Teacher 4 years 1,200 reais/month - 230 dolar 8 day/40week 3 month
2020-07-24 06:39
F, teachers need more recognizion in Brazil
2020-07-24 09:35
kkkkkkkkkkk bruh
2020-07-31 22:41
Isnt that low??
2020-08-03 23:42
Wtf.... this should be illegal... I feel so sorry for u my man :( Brazil....
2020-08-04 01:04
#129
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New Zealand rOtten_97
-New Zealand -Student -On my second year -$0 -0 hours, weekends are free -365 days (366 depending on the year) -Yearly salary: $0
2020-07-24 06:50
- Sweden - Customer Success - 3 years - 2500 EUR per month - 8 hours per day with the option of working from home whenever I like (Due to corona I am now only working 8 hours per day Monday and Tuesday so I got the rest of the week off) - 4 weeks of holiday. But when working overtime I got the extra hours worked added to a timebank so I can take days off when I like - 30 300 EUR yearly salary. 23 300 EUR after taxes
2020-07-24 06:57
#133
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India _Jazz_
Studying for now... Will choose B Tech (AI and Machine Learning) in college (Probably), study for 4 yrs and then will probably get a job (probably software engineer or data analyst or somthing) of salary around 600-2000€ p.m., depending on how I perform in college and also if I impress the recruiters.
2020-07-24 08:39
Germany - solution architect - 6 years of education - 7500 € - 7.5 hours per day - 30 working days of vacation + 10 holidays, in total more than 7 full weeks per year - 90000 € per year
2020-07-24 09:36
England The head of Philosophy department at York university PhD in political science and philosophy 97000 pounds a year+ bribes 35 working days of paid vacation
2020-07-24 09:38
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Italy kyoor
yes and you're on hltv XD
2020-07-25 22:03
im 59 years old wtf
2020-07-25 23:52
Finland Student I go to school Like 20€ 0 9 weeks 240€
2020-07-24 09:41
not your business
2020-07-24 09:50
- Country // Germany - Proffesion // Project management&personnel deployment planning - How many years was your education: // secondary school (5years standard) no study - Salary per month in € // 3000,00 - How many hours do u work per day / and do u work in the weekend // 7,5 / no - How many weeks of holiday/free from work do you get per year // 6 weeks paid holiday
2020-07-24 10:08
- Denmark - Paediatrician (Children doctor) - 7 Years (Depends on how you count it) - 15000 euro per month - 8 hours per day (Monday - Friday) - 6 weeks of holiday Yearly Salary: 180 000 euro (aprox.) After taxes: 93 000 euro (Taxes in Denmark suck)
2020-07-24 10:45
Its still 93k though
2020-07-24 16:40
Ya :D I'm not complaining Edit: and in 15 years I might earn double that, if I'm promoted.
2020-07-24 18:03
omfg almost 50% taxes? it's even worse than here in brazil lol
2020-07-24 17:10
Taxes are indeed high here. but we do get Free education (even paid) above a certain age. Free hospital/docters. and a bunch of other stuff. so aint that bad.
2020-07-24 17:41
Yes, but it is worth it though. We have one of the best welfare systems in the world. -Not just free college, you get paid to do it. -Free very high quality healthcare everything. Including dental care and mental health. -6 weeks of PAID vacation/year -Free pension for everyone above 70 And that's just the top of the iceberg.
2020-07-24 18:01
ah, got it. In fact, the schools and everything else is pretty bad here in brazil.
2020-07-25 02:54
So did u got paid to study medicine? If thats the case it sounds aweeome lol
2020-07-25 11:12
#406
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Europe twitchy_
He still gets 93k plus most of the public services for free. It sounds like a great deal.
2020-08-01 11:42
#420
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Brazil sAA_
pedo
2020-08-03 23:12
Lol bro, our paediatricians study for 11y (6 general + 5 p)... most branches are 5y. Lucky bastard :D
2020-08-04 00:15
Finland Student Still studying I organize an after-school sport club for elementary students and my city pays me 35€/h and I work 1h/week so I guess that's on average around 150€/month Normal school breaks Well corona kinda interrupted everything so I made 560€ in a year for 16h of work. No tax because I make under 10k/year
2020-07-24 10:46
#163
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Greece Graecos
Belgium V&V Developer 3 years None of your business 7.5 hours a day, never work on weekends 32 days off, I don't include public holidays (extra info such as working overtime, bonus payment, extra jobs and so on) - more than 30 000e, including car, fuel, ...
2020-07-24 11:02
UK/SK Student helping my parents with their company Im in my 1st year of university The last 3 are kinda complicated ... Technically im a student with no income but because my parents own the company I "work" there mostly helping them with different stuff and learning from them . Because of that i dont rly have a salary but they let me use their money as far as I help. I dont have specific days for work , its when they need me
2020-07-24 11:21
- Germany - IT specialist(system integration) - 3 years (just finished) - 2.6k - 40, only work weekends when neccessary to avoid downtime for customers - not sure, I think ist 28 or 30 + overtime hours as vacation - 33800€ + bonuses
2020-07-24 11:39
Ukraine Student(chemical engineering) Working as a hookah maker Like 50 -150 hours researching and making ur own shisha at home 500-800$ (it s decent here, cause I have my own flat so I dont have to pay any rent) I work 4-5 days a week, I usually work at night till 5 am during weekends (at least one day of weekend, usually Saturday night) -it s kinda freelance for me, I make my own schedule and I m free to leave this job, whenever I want. I think this is one on the best jobs for student in Ukraine in terms of salary/free schedule. I guess it s same as bartender In eu countries. I also worked in my brother's wedding agency as a translator and can return there and earn twice or triple more but I really love my job and I don't really need money cause I have enough (thanks to my parents <3 )
2020-07-24 11:54
India Machine Learning Researcher 4 years BE (1 year of Internship) 150k Rs/Month 30-40 hrs/week Weekends + 2 weeks of paid leave But I'll be broke soon because I'm leaving my job and starting something of my own with a bunch of my college mates.
2020-07-24 12:04
I always read this site and sometimes the topic posts, but actually signed up to comment on this post. Does anyone else think the OP just wanted to talk about his salary? Which is ridiculous. Also I think made up. If you type geologist in google it brings up all that information he put there. Ridiculous topic.
2020-07-24 12:08
Probably for boosting his ego
2020-08-03 23:46
- Country: Germany - Proffesion: Lawyer - How many years was your education: 8 years => 5 years for first exam, 2 for second + 1 for Master of Laws) - Salary per month in € => 11.000 => 7000 net - How many hours do u work per day / and do u work in the weekend (11 hours per day + sometimes on Saturday) - Lastly, your YEARLY salary: 132K
2020-07-24 12:09
jura is just shit men. im in my 3rd semester, how did you stand trough this shit mens?
2020-08-04 02:22
Internship, 400 reais a month, chemistry teacher.
2020-07-24 12:10
- Country Indian Indonesian but staying in Thailand - Proffesion Listing diamonds and gemstones online -Age 17 - How many years was your education 3.5 years IT , my 2nd year going on (Skipped 11th and 12th ) ;) - Salary per month in € 190 euros - How many hours do u work per day / and do u work in the weekend 5-6 hours per day for 6 days in a week - How many weeks of holiday/free from work do you get per year Havent calculated yet , Here in Thailand we get so many random Thai government holidays. - Lastly, your YEARLY salary Around 3000 euros , my montly salary keeps on increasing so yeah....
2020-07-24 12:21
- Country: russia - Proffesion: IT - How many years was your education: 4 years (useless shit, employer did not ask for diploma) - Salary per month in €: 1500 - How many hours do u work per day / and do u work in the weekend: 8 hours per day / no - How many weeks of holiday/free from work do you get per year: 28 days + 3 days for crunch time
2020-07-24 12:26
19 first year cs student i recieve schollarship 400 euros a month and i coach 8 hours a week in a rowing club (150 euros)ž Livin with my parents in croatia
2020-07-24 12:26
- Country - Kosovo - Proffesion -Student - How many years was your education -3 - Salary per month in € - No - How many hours do u work per day / and do u work in the weekend - I work as freelancer on : www.fiverr.com/blizaardy - How many weeks of holiday/free from work do you get per year - When I want
2020-07-24 12:32
Kosovo je srbia
2020-07-25 11:09
who cars
2020-07-25 13:34
Country - Proffesion: hitman - How many years was your education:8 years in school - Salary per month in €: - How many hours do u work per day / and do u work in the weekend: 10 - How many weeks of holiday/free from work do you get per year: i work whenever i want (extra info such as working overtime, bonus payment, extra jobs and so on) - Lastly, your YEARLY salary: 10000 bananas
2020-07-24 12:34
Well idk if the OP is making up his situation 'cause thats wow. Even tho I can share my current situation (this until the end of this month when I'll leave). - Country: Portugal - Braga - Proffesion Sales assistant (but I'm the store's manager since 2years ago and that gives me 100€ extra /month) - How many years was your education Actually entered university and studied Computer Science but I quit after some frustrating years xD - Salary per month in € 760-780€ (with the bonuses and twelfths already applied and this is after tax, it's what actually enters my bank account) - How many hours do u work per day / and do u work in the weekend 32H per week (3 days off p/week), but it can go thro weekends (it's a mall, so there's no week or weekend days there) - How many weeks of holiday/free from work do you get per year 22 days per year but we can acumulate hours from overtime to count as days off, so we usually get atleast 5weeks per year. After 3+years there I'm tired of the rotating schedule, it's exausting working at a mall center, you haven't fixed days off, you haven't that much weekends, you sometimes get a full month working nights (till 11pm or 00). So I took a risk and I quit, I'll try to make more money working thro design gigs. Also thinking in creating a new (kinda) street/urban clothing brand, based on CSGO related designs made by me (clean and minimal to differenciate from the mainstream ones that are already out there). But for real.. idk what I'll do, what I do know is that I'm 29 and I was tired af from that job, with covid situation I decided that if I'm not okay being there it was time to go, ez as that otherwise we aren't living life we would be "surviving life" and I don't want that forme so it's better take a risk before turning 30 xD Let's hope it wasn't a mistake, or if it was that atleast I learn something from it!
2020-07-24 12:54
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Singapore repu1se
Good luck in whatever you're gonna do. I hope you have come up with a solid plan before you leave.
2020-07-24 16:34
I quit / moved to another city like 2 months ago. But I kept like 800 euro from them for some reason for 2 months even though I haven't done anything. So... I guess I'm a professional "not-doing-anything-er" and it pays pretty good
2020-07-24 12:54
- Poland - Junior software engineer - I have bachelor from Marketing and Management (did not computer science). I am self made programmer (did online courses and one 2month long stationary course in Warsaw). - 1100€ after tax (I'm a beginner) - 20holdiays soon 26 (if you have bacheler degree you need to work 2 years to get 26 days, if you have masters you will get 26right away) +33 paid 'sick days' - 8h / day, but in reality it's around 5-6 of productive working, rest is playing fifa with ceo, chilling and meeting rooms, etc. - monday - friday: overtimes 200% or free days - I can work fully remotly, or from the office ir's my choice. We decided to work 4days remotly and 1day in a week from office in my project. - Salary: 13400€ which is pretty ok, in my city I pay for 60square meters flat with garage and big balcony in the city centre 350€
2020-07-24 12:57
bootcamp? you live in warsaw?
2020-07-31 19:21
No, I live in Białystok. I moved to Warsaw only for this course.
2020-07-31 20:15
okay, i thought you pay only 350E in Warsaw, nearly impossible :D
2020-07-31 22:26
I paid 250€ for a room there :P
2020-08-01 10:22
Do u like software engineering Or do u think it is boring
2020-08-03 23:48
It depends, it's pretty ok. From today I'm on totally different project, so I could tell more later. I can tell it's not for everyone. You need to have a lot of patience to research and fix bugs that don't work when it should. Google, google, and more google
2020-08-04 10:51
Info: Cashier at Eat Burgers. - Country: Mexico - Proffesion: Maybe a international business man in a few years. - How many years was your education: Not studies needed for this job but im about to join university. - Salary per month: 239.19 USD - How many hours do u work per day / and do u work in the weekend: 8 hrs per day, 7 days. - How many weeks of holiday/free from work do you get per year: unknown 2 weeks i guess. (extra info such as working overtime, bonus payment, extra jobs and so on): No extra hours and no bonus payment. - Lastly, your YEARLY salary :2,870.28 USD
2020-07-24 13:02
feelsbadman
2020-07-24 13:51
- France - Company owner (import/export of furniture & lighting) - 5 years, master (but in Philosophy... Not really helpfull in terms of jobs) - 2300 euros (before taxes) - 3 hours (from 9h30 to 12h30), 5 days - Up to me, but usually between 4 and 5.
2020-07-24 13:16
mens how to accept the fact that we all will die? it scares me
2020-07-25 20:10
Hahahahahhaha, that moment when u r seller-cashier in one popular supermarket-network in Russia with salary at 400 dollars and reading salaries in this thread and btw still thinking that anyway in 23 y.o. u finally will buy normal computer to get to FPL and leave this fucking job
2020-07-24 13:18
Info: - Country - Lithuania - Proffesion - I have no proffesion - How many years was your education - 11 - Salary per month in € - 0€ - How many hours do u work per day / and do u work in the weekend - No - How many weeks of holiday/free from work do you get per year - about 4-5 free months in a year, idk (extra info such as working overtime, bonus payment, extra jobs and so on) - there is no extra info - Lastly, your YEARLY salary - 0€
2020-07-24 13:29
-Bulgaria Pepehands -Lifeguard, 19yo -I just finished my first year at uni. -Around 460$ eating as much as I want in a restaurant for free; not playing money for the room or bills - 6 days/week 8hours/day Cool summer job for a student, meeting lots of thots and good people
2020-07-24 13:51
Country- Philippines Ordinary Seaman/ Call center agent on US base company. 4 years college graduate. For my current work as call center, around $350 9 hours / 5x a week Lastly, your YEARLY salary- Can't define.
2020-07-24 14:22
- France - Web developer full stack - 3 years graphic design / 6 month backend formation - 1900€ after taxes - 7h/day, 5days/w - 5 weeks - 29k/ year before taxes
2020-07-24 14:25
I dunno how it is in France, but it seems like you are underpaid. After 2-3 years in Poland you earn from 2 to 4k euro after taxes m8 EDIT: or maybe ur tax system is different, I actually counted money on B2B contract
2020-07-24 16:35
#252
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Brazil sakaaa
i assume that france (much like a lot of other places) has no fixed income for developers, so this makes senior devs earn from $2k up to $20k, depending on the company, region, concurrency, etc.
2020-07-24 23:01
#204
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Brazil Paiba
- Brazil - Work in a bank - I've graduated in university last year and I'm doing post graduation - 1,1k euros - 8 hours/day. Don't work on the weekends - 30 days as holidays/vacation. Don't usually do overtimes.
2020-07-24 15:07
#209
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United States fatburger
-burgerland -dj -20 years -32k a month -32 -32
2020-07-24 16:25
3800 euro
2020-07-24 16:44
#220
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Singapore repu1se
- Country - Singapore - Profession - Tech Support in government agency - How many years was your education - 3 years tertiary education, 1 year part time Btech degree (still doing) - Salary per month in € - 1600 - How many hours do u work per day / and do u work in the weekend - 8 hrs on weekdays but I overtime a lot, no weekends - How many weeks of holiday/free from work do you get per year - 14 days of leave (extra info such as working overtime, bonus payment, extra jobs and so on) - Some decent bonuses and ofc public servant benefits - Lastly, your YEARLY salary - 23800 euro I'm also doing some side hustles, can make ~700-800 euro if I'm lucky / grind hard
2020-07-24 16:46
India Performance analyst. ( American football, soccer, volleyball, ice hockey, basketball) 15 years of education 334 USD 8 hours a day 6 wo per month and 2.25 casual/sick leaves OT - 2x pay per hour
2020-07-24 16:48
I dont hope this is true..... if it is.... I feel so sorry for u...
2020-08-04 01:02
true unfortunately.. considering the average monthly salary here in India is about 200$, I am still getting more than that so i can't complain.. Apart from that getting a good job over here is not that easy as western countries. people are willing to do any kind of work for minimal may. I am still lucky that i get to do what i love for a decent salary.
2020-08-04 18:56
#223
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Estonia kikilips
4 days of 10h
2020-07-24 17:05
- Country: Bestonia - Proffesion: Software development (Mainly Java,Rust and Python) - How many years was your education: 3 years university rest online - Salary per month in €: 4200 - How many hours do u work per day / and do u work in the weekend: Like 5-6. Weekend free - How many weeks of holiday/free from work do you get per year: 8 weeks half of them paid
2020-07-24 17:06
#251
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Brazil sakaaa
Bestonia is a fine ass nick name, I must say
2020-07-24 22:59
FIN no education Build mercedes benz 1900e month 8hday/40week+overtime 4week paid summer and week winter
2020-07-24 17:07
#227
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Russia HikZ
dj 32k/month
2020-07-24 17:12
#228
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Brazil sakaaa
- Country: BR - Proffesion: General manager of softwarehouse - How many years was your education: Impossible to tell, still ongoing, but main course was 4 years - Salary per month in €: 1.6k (eur = R$6,05) - How many hours do u work per day / and do u work in the weekend: 10 hours a day, with loose schedule - How many weeks of holiday/free from work do you get per year: loose schedule, i've taken almost 50 days last year, sumed up. - Comission and off-work jobs. - Lastly, your YEARLY salary: altogheter around 130k (R$)
2020-07-24 17:17
Info: - Country: Sweden - Proffesion: technical insulation - How many years was your education: 0 - Salary per month in €3700 - How many hours do u work per day / and do u work in the weekend: 8h (often 6h) twice a year on wekends ish.. - How many weeks of holiday/free from work do you get per year: 5-6 Weeks 100% bouns payment (extra info such as working overtime, bonus payment, extra jobs and so on) - Lastly, your YEARLY salary around €50000
2020-07-24 17:27
- Country - Denmark - Proffesion - Electrician - How many years was your education - 4½ - Salary per month in € - 2400-2600 after taxes - How many hours do u work per day / and do u work in the weekend - 37 a week, only weekends a few times a year. witch includes overtime pay + time off. - How many weeks of holiday/free from work do you get per year - 6 weeks a year. + whatever i save up as overtime.
2020-07-24 17:47
$400 A MONTH =( XAXAXAXAXA
2020-07-24 19:09
It's a lot! 😎👌
2020-07-24 20:07
- Brazil - Android Junior Developer - 4 years plus self education - 4100 R$ = 681,42 E - I make my own worktime plus always home office - A month. All payed - Around 55k R$
2020-07-24 20:12
- Country Denmark - Proffesion Student + cafe job - Not finished yet - Salary per month in € 3.360 euro - How many hours do u work per day / and do u work in the weekend 6 days - How many weeks of holiday/free from work do you get per year When i want, i can choose my own hours - Lastly, your YEARLY salary 40.320 euro
2020-07-24 21:47
country: flag sommer job in a brewery about 800 a month 5 days 8 hours shifts
2020-07-24 22:54
32k/Dj
2020-07-24 23:26
How about - Are u happy about your job?
2020-07-24 23:27
Finland Practical Nurse 3 years 2,289€ + all extras from night shift and weekends ( best salary in month 3,6€k ) 8 hours/day and yes i work on weekends aswell 4 week Yearly salary: 26-36k depends how much i do weekends, overtime, night shifts
2020-07-25 00:03
- Turkey - Full stack software developer - 2 years university - 412 € - 10 hours / free weekend - 14 days Incredible life
2020-07-25 00:17
#450
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Poland mlodzier
Wow man it hurts so much when i realize that i earn more + make less hours for renting trolleys for children... feels bad but wish you good luck and im sire you have rich life even tho
2020-08-04 01:26
Thank you for your good wishes
2020-08-05 19:51
- England - Bookie - 0 (Student atm) - 1k - 25 hours a week - 6 weeks
2020-07-25 01:45
Even if you earned 120k you'd pay 40% tax at least. But you can imagine getting payed that amount while suckin a toe or two from a foreign country, ijiot.
2020-07-25 01:54
+99 I earn less and pay 38% tax, even though I have 80K nok tax-free income because I work on a ship.
2020-08-03 11:43
- Country NOrway - Proffesion - Graphical production technician - How many years was your education (2 years of high school, 2 years in company as an apprentice) - Salary per month in € - 4000eu - How many hours do u work per day / and do u work in the weekend - working shitfts, every second week. 12h a day, for 5 days at all, then free week - How many weeks of holiday/free from work do you get per year - once a month starting working on sunday evening. (extra info such as working overtime, bonus payment, extra jobs and so on) Didnt work much overtime this year. But its 200% - Lastly, your YEARLY salary - around 50 000eu, would prorably rise til 55000 this year, but i quit
2020-07-25 02:28
30000000
2020-07-25 02:34
what i learned here is that ppl in Norway are rich
2020-07-25 04:41
8000000000000000 dollar per year mens :)))
2020-07-25 04:54
I have been working as a miner for 12 long years, I get $ 250 a month, but I am glad that the taxes are small). The only problem in health. P. S Well that Putin raised wages, before was less!
2020-07-25 05:04
Country: Australia Profession: Master butcher Education: too much to list tbh Month salary: $4800AUD ish (flat $1000 net pay weekly) Days/hours: 50ish over 5 days Holidays: entitled to 4 weeks a year paid (well I personally get 6 due to my individual contract) Overtime: I’m on a salaried contract. Year salary: with all benefits (like all meat for me is free) $73,000AUD or about 45,000eu
2020-07-25 05:27
Country: Denmark Profession: Poker Pro Education: None Month Salary: Have averaged 10,000$ over the last 8 years. Days/Hours: About 150 hours per month, i think. Holidays: Whenever i want - non paid tho. Year Salary: 120,000$ - all tax-free.
2020-07-25 06:36
Cash or mtt?
2020-07-25 11:16
80% Spin & Go 10% MTT 10% 400-1kNL
2020-07-25 11:42
#289
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Armenia Yerevan
Can't say yet but currently studying political Science.
2020-07-25 11:45
- Romania - DJ - 32 years - 32k euros - 32 hours a day - 32 days
2020-07-25 11:46
Country: Oz Job: Sofa warmer Income: 150k a year (115k USD?) Education: Masters Holiday: Permanent I just collect rent from my properties and re-invest in hedge/index funds, help my mum and dad manage their portfolio etc.
2020-07-25 11:55
- Germany - Self employed -13 years in school, 3 university - varies obviously but ~12,000€ per month - 8 mostly, sometimes 10 - no work on the weekends - as much as I like, but that will affect my money.
2020-07-25 12:07
what do you do being self emplyed? its a pretty wide spectrum of jobs that fall under the categorie "self employed"
2020-08-04 02:28
DJ 32K/Month
2020-07-25 12:18
What car do you drive? - 2020 Aventador btw How much do you earn? - 9k / month btw Your height? - 210 cm btw Your elo? - 6000 btw Your pp size? - 29 cm btw ...
2020-07-25 13:11
The guy matches years of education with salary lmao, typical european
2020-07-25 13:20
Poor asssss f*ck I am.
2020-07-25 13:38
- Brazil - DJ - 0 - 32k € - I count is as my hobby, not my job, 0 - All of them - 32k x 12 €
2020-07-25 13:38
#305
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Norway apx-
- Norway - General Manager at a Sports Bar - None - £6-7.000 a month - 37.5 hours a week, some weekends - 5 weeks, but can get as much as i want really
2020-07-25 13:50
90% here is lying hahahahahaha
2020-07-25 13:56
+100
2020-07-25 15:12
+1
2020-08-03 23:26
-Brazil -Mechanical Engineer -5 years of college + 1 master (currently doing it, 1 more year to finish it) - 6K R$/month (+/- 1100€) - 50h/week (by law we shouldn't work more than 44h in industries) - 4 weeks of holiday - no work on weekends, but they always call me to work on saturday because of some shit Yeah guys, life in brazil is hard, we work a lot and that's what we get for it. If you compare my average earning with general jobs, you will see that I earn 3x more than average and still it's not enough to achieve a good family life. If I had a kid, it would take around 25% of my salary just to give a good school. That's why this country will never change. There are families that have farms bigger than EU countries, and people keep starving...
2020-07-25 13:57
You need to make at least 15k BRL to have a trully confortable life in BR (around USD 8k in PPP). With kids, at least 20k. (household income).
2020-07-25 20:39
- India - Student + Video Editor (pt) - (studying) - 80-100 per month average - (depends, highly random) hours week Yearly Salary: started doing in November last year, I've made 818$ since then. So maybe 1100? No taxes ofc
2020-07-25 14:02
Russia invalid salary 0 euro per month
2020-07-25 15:13
nt you should get $100/mo at least
2020-07-25 20:11
300$ but salary is zero
2020-07-25 23:58
#320
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Finland t0ki
Finland Student ~90€ 0 hours of work in a real job Yearly salary 1- 1,4k
2020-07-25 16:06
#324
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Sweden toddn
Sweden middle school teacher 4 4000 8 same as the kids
2020-07-25 20:13
#327
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Argentina Gchzr
- Country. Argentina - Proffesion (Studying to be a software engeneer) working as Sofware Developer - How many years was your education (still Studying) 10 years (supposed to be 6) - Salary per month in u$s 600~ ( 60k pesos ) - How many hours do u work per day / and do u work in the weekend 9hours 5 days a week - How many weeks of holiday/free from work do you got 2 weeks per year. After 5 years 3,10.. 4 (extra info such as working overtime, bonus payment, extra jobs and so on) My company has a selling bonus of 12.5% of salary if we reach some goals) I'm so underpayed , i want yo work abroad heh - Lastly, your YEARLY salary. In Argentina we all have a complementary salary, so 13*600
2020-07-25 20:57
60k pesos is a big salary in Argentina comparing with country average?
2020-07-27 08:24
#370
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Argentina Gchzr
A person who works at a shop has a minimun of 35k ~
2020-07-27 13:40
Do u like software engineering Or is it boring job?
2020-08-03 23:25
#509
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Argentina Gchzr
Love it, you have a lot of differents way to face it, so you can choose your own journey.
2020-08-06 13:31
your mom your mom on my dick your sister your sister on my face your dad your dad giving me all of your salary me =)
2020-07-25 21:00
apparently everyone is making 5 figures a month on hltv
2020-07-25 21:09
country: all over the world profession: dj education: youtube tutorials salary: 32k/month. hours: only weekends, i travel during week grills: over 300 per year
2020-07-25 21:14
Country: Where I'm living? UK. Profession: Shitposter. How many years was your education: 16 - 5 = 11 years. Salary per month in €: 0,00€ How many hours do u work per day / and do u work in the weekend: I have an inconsistent schedule. How many weeks of holiday/free from work do you get per year: Yes. Lastly, your YEARLY salary: 0,00€
2020-07-26 01:13
poor
2020-07-27 09:49
men)) y u do dis :'(
2020-07-27 13:08
#345
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United States tatsumi
- Country: USA - Proffesion: DJ - How many years was your education 11 years - Salary per month in $: $32,000 a month - How many hours do u work per day / and do u work in the weekend: depends on demand - How many weeks of holiday/free from work do you get per year (extra info such as working overtime, bonus payment, extra jobs and so on): depends Yearly Salary: $384,000 After Taxes: $228,724
2020-07-26 04:55
Russian 700 euro Month but make from betting 3-5k$ per month
2020-07-27 08:22
xD sure
2020-07-31 19:31
+1 xD
2020-07-31 22:30
Ford Capri 77 ohm Mostly water Arses Insularis 1325
2020-07-27 08:47
Info: - Switzerland - IT System Engineering - Normal School 9 Years 4 Years Apprenticeship - 5.5k/Month - 8.5h a day / Weekends off - 5 Weeks holidays since im 20y / after im 25 i get 4 weeks / overtime i get paid to my monthly salary - 66'000 Salary per Year / i dont know how much my Taxes will be cause i just startet working for 5.5k but its goint to be like 7-9k
2020-07-27 08:54
How u started working at age of 20???? With universty degree ofc
2020-08-03 23:23
#355
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Bulgaria Jaganci
bulgaria military man (bulgarian air force) just a 2 months course for rookies 500euro / month 8h 5 days a week + 2 24h shifts
2020-07-27 09:18
U in dolna mitropolia?)
2020-07-27 10:04
#363
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Bulgaria Jaganci
the military academy is in dolna mitropolia im not in the academy i serve in chernomorec which is nice cuz im from burgas
2020-07-27 10:10
Arent 500 euro is low??
2020-08-03 23:21
#469
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Bulgaria Jaganci
Well for Bulgaria its above avarage For example 2 liter beer is around 1 euro
2020-08-04 16:43
#356
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Canada f8rki
- Country : TURKEY - Proffesion : First officer - How many years was your education : 4 years of uni. 20 months of flight academy. 6 months of type rating - Salary per month in € : 4500 - How many hours do u work per day / and do u work in the weekend : lol nvm - How many weeks of holiday/free from work do you get per year : up to you. but you cant have like a week holiday if you are a newbie (extra info such as working overtime, bonus payment, extra jobs and so on) : man its complicated
2020-07-27 09:25
#357
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Kazakhstan aqua4kz
dj 32k$/month
2020-07-27 09:31
italian model gf
2020-08-04 17:31
- Country: Austria - Proffesion: IT-Technician - How many years was your education: 3 out of 3,5 years - Salary per month in €: 1000€ after taxes, in 2 months around 1200€ after - How many hours do u work per day / and do u work in the weekend: 8, weekend no - How many weeks of holiday/free from work do you get per year: 5 weeks - Overtime = holiday (if i got 8 hours +, i can go on holiday for 1 day)
2020-07-27 09:35
Country: Canada Profession: eSports betting Education: Going into 3rd year / 4 Salary / month: Id say $1500 per month How many hours: Idk I just watch esports, mostly League of Legends rn cuz the csgo scene is tier 200 so around 10hrs per week? Holidays: All day every day lol
2020-07-27 10:02
Big future ahead bro.. keep going
2020-07-31 19:32
There are several issues with your calculations here.. 120K/year would obviously be 10K/m, how did you come up with 9K? You state you receive 83K after tax. That would be >33% tax. You should be paying above 40% with that salary. The "start" salary of a geologist in Norway is under the half of your salary at approx €50K. If you work in a private sector and have 20+ years of experience, I can believe €120K a year, but that should leave you around €68K-€72K after tax.
2020-07-27 11:36
+1
2020-07-31 19:06
its obviously made up, half of the answers here are lmao
2020-07-31 22:45
Well it depends on where you work and how big your "missions" are.... I have been employeed by Aker Solutions the past years and in my private sector we get payed more than usual... We are apart of a big expansion and us geologists working for them, has a big role in this expansion.... And it is not unusual to make over 100k a year just a few years after the start... it depends as I say on where and what you work with, as well as who your employeer is..... And I forgot to mention I also have funds/stocks which pushes my salary to over 120K last year.... I might have forgotten something, but my after tax salary was definetely well over 80K....
2020-08-04 01:00
Nt, FBI
2020-07-28 00:05
Im chef but if work as car mechanic = 2k €
2020-07-31 19:04
- Germany - DJ - only ten years in normal school - 32k - only weekend every evening for like 6hours - 32k x 12
2020-07-31 19:04
Wtf im also dj that earns 32k
2020-08-03 23:19
- USA - R&D engineer - 4 year Chemical engineering degree - $6000/month - 8 hours a day - 4 weeks vacation -also have a side job i make about another $500 a month
2020-07-31 19:14
France Bar manager 1 year of bartending studies official 1.500€/month, unofficial 2.500€/month (without tips) 9hours/day, 5days/week 5weeks vacations I dont pay tax because the "official" salary is too low to be taxed.
2020-07-31 19:26
- Germany - inheritor - 0 - 20-30k investment returns - 0 - around 52
2020-07-31 19:35
#386
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CIS pls_help
depends on how many bets I win
2020-07-31 22:31
I'm probably the only retired person on this website! 😂👍
2020-07-31 22:42
#391
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Brazil Ojamee
Brazil Psychologist/criminal investigator € 9.000 8 hours of work, Monday to Friday 6 weeks of vacation per year I won some medals for work and with them a cash bonus
2020-07-31 22:50
- Flag - Diplomat - Got a university degree in International Relations and passed the tests to enter the Turkish Foreign Ministry - About 4500 €/month - No fixed work hours... We work till the job gets done. Usually, 10-12 hours a day... Sometimes, on weekends as well. I know it’s bad. - 20 days of annual leave... But usually we’re not allowed to use all of it. No overtime bonuses or whatsoever
2020-08-01 10:45
10 - 12 hours a day :( Holy shit... that shouldnt be legal...
2020-08-04 00:50
#402
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Germany Moe1990
- Germany - Manager in Financial Services Practice of a top-3 global consulting firm (so McKinsey, BCG, Bain), used to be client facing, now in an "internal" role - 5 years, MSc. Business Administration (mostly Finance courses) - 155k EUR yearly (gross) - no fixed work hours, used to work shotloads some time ago (60-70 hrs were normal weeks), but now considerably less --> rather 50 - 29 vacation days
2020-08-01 11:05
#413
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United Kingdom 3Head
Why are half the virgins on here saying they make 5k a month lol. You are on a csgo forum, you are either in school or you're unemployed living with ur parents. Legit 40% of this thread are top-end chemical or petroleum engineers pulling 100K+ a year, yeah right. -Britain - Undergrad student (last year) -Want to be a lecturer/researcher so around 8 years or so. - Wage is 4k off the govt for rent and food etc (rent alone is 6k), dad pays for everything else (xd) - Probably work every day, no real working hours (aside from teaching mon-fi) -Normal school holidays, probably do some planning and shit through them tho.
2020-08-02 00:54
-Canada -Journeyman Fire Sprinklerfitter (Pipe fitter) -4 year apprenticeship -$85 000 annually/ 4,500 Euro a month -8 hour days, 5 days a week- 40 hour weeks -2 week vacation
2020-08-02 01:01
2 week vacation!??!?! thats it??? how is that legal?
2020-08-04 00:49
#421
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India X1gma
Who are you? FBI?
2020-08-03 23:17
#425
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Macau fAKEs2j
Info: - Country; Macau - Proffesion; Graphic designer, computer enginner, professional csgo bet - How many years was your education; around 3 month each one - Salary per month in €: 10 or 30euros - How many hours do u work per day / and do u work in the weekend, per day around 14hours - How many weeks of holiday/free from work do you get per year: 1 week per year (extra info such as working overtime, bonus payment, extra jobs and so on) - Lastly, your YEARLY salary: idk lol
2020-08-03 23:25
I hope your trolling...
2020-08-04 00:49
#427
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Latvia Anexz_
- Latvia - Construction worker - im 16kid so im working only in summer holidays - 20-50euros per day - 8 hours every day and starting at 7am - no vacation
2020-08-03 23:25
:( In Norway it is illegal to make under 12 dollar an hour... I always get so sad seeing how people from East Europe lives :( I feel sorry for u my guy.. chin up and do everything u can to get out of the country. U can do it, I have several Latvian that works in my company, u can make it too :)
2020-08-04 00:47
I mean everythong must also be a lot cheaper there them
2020-08-04 14:28
yeah clearly for food and normal stuff..... but for a nice BMW, a nice house and a beautiful vacation will be at around the same price in Latvia as in Norway.... u wont get those things when ur making under 10 bucks an hour (50 a day) and it seems like he makes even under 3 euroes an hour (20 euroes a day) which is extremely little..... he is clearly a kid, but that is literally a reality in countries like Latvia.... I dont understand how it can be allowed/legal....
2020-08-04 14:51
Yeah that’s the downside of living in an poor country. Sucks but nothing you can do about it
2020-08-04 15:25
#471
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Latvia Anexz_
If country is poor, it doest mean that people re poor,
2020-08-04 16:58
When I mean poor country I mean the people. The finnish government is quite poor but the people are not
2020-08-04 17:11
#476
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Latvia Anexz_
LMAO XDD
2020-08-04 17:33
its true... Latvia's citizens is poor af.... I mean when making 20 - 50 euroes a day is good.... then u know its poor..... just do your research... Latvia is very poor...
2020-08-05 22:27
#498
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Latvia Anexz_
they are poor only for norway, norwegians is also poor for switzerland.
2020-08-06 01:44
No lmaoooooo. Norwegians are definetely not poor compared to Switzerland lmaoooooooo. Norway has 60K dollar (2019 said 78K dollar GDP per capita) average per citizen. Switzerland has 64K dollar (2019 said 82K dollar GDP per capita) average per citizen So its the same +-4000 dollar. And Norway is better in most other important factors... such as freedome, social services, safety and so on.... Meanwhile...... Latvia has 20K average per citizen and dont get me started of everything else that is wrong with Latvia................ xddd
2020-08-06 02:06
#502
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Latvia Anexz_
"safety" ahahhahahahahahahaha tell it to ooga booga from sudan who will rob u while u re coming back from market, and allready spent 50 euros for dinner and even more for taxes. Fucking 30% taxes ahahha Meanwhile..... Only reason why norway is rich, is bcs of the oil..... XDDD
2020-08-06 02:10
u clearly have no clue about what ur talking about do u....... Lmaoooo And we except East Europe.... accept minorities like the people from poor countries in war.... we are ranked the least racist country, so we dont have any problems with people from Sudan and whatever robbing us.... it rarely ever happens...... and oil is far from the only reason Norway is rich...... And btw look at countries like Saudi Arabia... they have the most oil in the world, and they are still a terrible country..... its not about what resources u have, its about what you do with what you find.... Norway did the best possible thing they could, and stored it all in a fund to be shared with all the people..... Go educate yourself on some real school... which u dont have any of in Latvia, so go educate yourself on some valid site on the internet.... and come back when you know what ur talking about...
2020-08-06 02:15
#508
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Latvia Anexz_
Lmao u dont even know what are u talking about retard, looka at the Saudi Arabia neighbors, its fucking Iran and Jemen, countries who allways have war with someone, same as Saudi Arabia. Norway is 100% surviving from oil, cuz when oil price drops down, norwegian krona also drops down. Same with other countries who survives only from oil, like russia. I remember when 1 norwegian krona was 0,9 euros and when oil starts getting cheaper it was 12 per 1 euro XD, now its not that bad 1 euro for 10,64 kronas.
2020-08-06 11:59
#511
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Finland Jodecast
Why is every nordic country also very rich and have very good quality of life then pretty much on the same kind of level as norway? How is that possible with your logic
2020-08-07 02:30
#513
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Latvia Anexz_
bcs of the oil
2020-08-07 10:39
#485
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United Kingdom 3Head
Tbf with your taxes id probably rather live in latvia xd
2020-08-05 17:24
Ok.... It seems that people think we pay 50% taxes.... but that is far from true... most of us pay 30% taxes and some less some a bit more (up to like 40%+-) ..... so we dont really pay that much taxes.... and our taxes doesnt go to war and pure bs shit like in the US and most countries.... our taxes actually goes back to us.... so we can have free hospitals, free schools, great social systems, free dentist hours, free doctor apointments and so on...... I would pay 40% tax in a country like Norway any day without any doubt..... And btw would u rather live in Latvia and make 5 - 25K on average after tax instead of living in Norway a far safer and better country in every way and make 30 - 45K on average after tax..... I for an instance make 120K a year and after tax makes around 80K. And I dont have to worry about paying hundreds of thousands on education, hospitals, dentist hours, doctor apointments and I know I am perfectly safe with the social services if I lose my job... unlike countries like Latvia were ur going to make very little money and ur very unsafe if you lose your work.....
2020-08-05 22:34
#503
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Latvia Anexz_
Idk where did u read that shit, or maybe u just get hitted by pan, but u never lived here, and u dont know how it is here. I have couple of friends in norway, and they allways have problems with wifi cuz poor.
2020-08-06 02:13
problem with wifi???? AHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHA lmaoooooo Thats the dumbest shit I have ever heard ahahahaha. Clearly they are poor cuz they are from Latvia... so I guess thats why they dont have internet... ofc its difficult for some randon Latvian East Europeans to get a decent job in another country..... thats why they dont have good wifi, 30% more people has wifi in Norway compared to Latvia.... Wifi problems are unheard of in Norway so dont just talk out of ur ass Latvian boy... and btw I have been in Latvia on a business trip, and believe me u cant compare an East European country like Latvia to far superior Norway
2020-08-06 02:19
#506
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Latvia Anexz_
No they re norwegians, born in norway and working on good jobs.
2020-08-06 11:48
#470
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Latvia Anexz_
u ok? Its best way how to earn money if u re kid. 50 euros per day is more than enough here, like we re not paying fucking 2 euros for can of cola.
2020-08-04 16:55
Yeah clearly food and that is more than good enough for that in a country like Latvia.... but I am talking about nice houses, nice cars and a nice vacation...... u wont get that/live that lifestyle with average Latvian wagers.... while with average Norwegian wagers u can easily get all of that....
2020-08-04 19:49
#483
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Latvia Anexz_
Probably apartments and houses re mutch cheaper here than in norway. Like why u re sorry for me, im kid and im not ready to buy some teslas or houses on beach lmao. Even if u re adult, its very good to get 1,5k per month, like u can easy live in apartments near to centre of riga and have like audi a5, but living in norway with 3k per month and living near to centre of oslo or bergen its insane! Each of my parents gets 1k per month and we have 4 room apartments with 2 toilets and honda stream, and for me it takes 20min with bus to centre of riga.
2020-08-05 16:50
#434
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Azerbaijan IMakeHS
0€
2020-08-04 00:22
123456
2020-08-04 00:40
Info: - Country: usa - Profession: surveyor - How many years was your education: 4 - Salary per month in €: 4000-6000 depending on overtime - How many hours do u work per day / and do u work in the weekend: 10 per day sometimes on the weekend. - How many weeks of holiday/free from work do you get per year: 3 weeks free with all major holidays. also if it rains I get the day off with 4 hours paid. (extra info such as working overtime, bonus payment, extra jobs and so on): overtime is x1.5 pay, I get a bonus every year 2000 or so. - Lastly, your YEARLY salary: 68000 around.
2020-08-04 01:14
#449
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Portugal ByeTeR
Info: - Country: Portugal - Profession: DBA expert - How many years was your education: 3 - Salary per month in €: 3.3k + bonus - How many hours do u work per day / and do u work in the weekend: 8 hours a day - How many weeks of holiday/free from work do you get per year: 2 weeks (extra info such as working overtime, bonus payment, extra jobs and so on): on a month I have to work 2 weeks 24/7 (if I get a phone call I have to answer it and get the job done) at the weekends its +300€ and at a normal week day its +150€ - Lastly, your YEARLY salary: around 50k, a bit more
2020-08-04 01:21
Me - Indonesia - Costumer Service - High School - 536 euro per month (for now , i gain my salary every 6 months around 30 euro) - 12 hours per day (everyday) - 2 weeks of holiday (i got holiday every 6 months) Yearly Salary: january - june = 3 219 euro july - december = 3 394 euro bonus = 2 050 euro so this year salary in total, around 8 663 euro ,
2020-08-04 01:38
hahaha why so poor in Poland?
2020-08-05 19:04
ikr.. sad to be true
2020-08-07 02:19
Country:Brazil Job:Student(i get paid to study administration classes after school) Years:Irrelevant Salary:~$250 4/5 in school + 5 after school,no a lot since i'm in brazil and we got a lot of holidays(a lot of em extended to 2-3 days+ vacations) extra:i get a ~$80-90 voucher that i can buy lunch,snacks and food(it doesn't change my montly income tho) yearly salary:~$3000 + ~$900 of the voucher
2020-08-04 02:00
Country : Netherlands Job : student Years : It'll be 4 - 6 maybe upping to 8 depending if and how many master's degrees I want. Part loan / gift : 1076 (I'm getting the max possible rn, cuz I'm living quite expensively. I just moved so I could be closer to the school but yeah.) Hours : Depends. But it's about 40 hours per week average.
2020-08-04 11:02
My dad makes €40k-50k a momth
2020-08-04 14:26
Country: Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus Profession: Dee-Jay 32k£ per month Ez money. + gambling income 10k£ per month. So ez money...
2020-08-04 14:33
A bit more than my dad, damn
2020-08-04 15:26
That’s not an official country thpugh
2020-08-04 15:35
#473
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Brazil bezzu
Info: - Brazil - Database Engineer - 4 years - 1916 euro (12.120 BRL) - 6 hours per day / 7 days - 4 weeks of vacation per year - 25.000 EURO / 156.000 BRL
2020-08-04 17:21
- USA - Student - x - $0 - 6 - like 3 weeks
2020-08-04 17:24
- Netherlands - 16yo school guy - 0 for my job - Salary per month in €300 - 3h every day - 2 weeks holiday
2020-08-04 17:36
nt CIA
2020-08-04 17:38
yes
2020-08-05 17:05
Spain Miner in a mining company (ICL located in Súria) bachelor's degree, getting a university degree atm 3.200 € 8 hours per day / 5 working days 4 week holidays Around 44 k per year I am 20 btw, I've been working there for 2 years already, pretty good job tbh.
2020-08-05 19:15
Info: technical insulation is when mostly in industry and construction and to insulate all important pipes and ducts. - Country: Sweden - Proffesion: technical insulation - How many years was your education: 0 - Salary per month in €: € 4500 - How many hours do u work per day / and do u work in the weekend: 6-8h a day/no weekends - How many weeks of holiday/free from work do you get per year: 4-5 - Lastly, your YEARLY salary: € 58302.81
2020-08-05 19:26
32 Dj 25k month
2020-08-06 01:49
#507
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Portugal ArChii_cs
studying here
2020-08-06 11:53
Country - Turkey Proffesion - electrical-electronics engineer How many years was your education - 5 Salary per month in € - (unemployed) 50 euros per month money i get from grandparents to buy cigarettes and snacks How many hours do u work per day - im fully free rn so i try to upgrade my skills get better knowledge about coding and software stuff so i can get the hell out here (open for any good practice advice) Lastly, your YEARLY salary - 0
2020-08-07 02:38
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