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:D

 

I rock.

 

they loved the Fish.

 

I might be swapping the peasant wagon for a pretentious 4x4 quite soon.

 

 

:D

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Cool. Get yersel a 4x4 and join the club man. tek up as much of the road as you want. :D

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sorry for the brief post.

 

basically I didn't get the job I applied for, I was offered a better job.

 

it's still a basic salary plus Comission, but they estimate minimum first years earnings to be around £28k, and I'm being "groomed" (oooooer missus) for an area management role where the average first year earnings are £35k.

 

I'm happy.

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sorry for the brief post.

 

basically I didn't get the job I applied for, I was offered a better job.

 

it's still a basic salary plus Comission, but they estimate minimum first years earnings to be around £28k, and I'm being "groomed" (oooooer missus) for an area management role where the average first year earnings are £35k.

 

I'm happy.

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But Shirley you went to Uni to do fuck all and come out and have a shit job?

 

:D

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My advice with money is to be as reckless and irresponsible as possible.

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Yeah, money's not important until your bank phone you.

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sorry for the brief post.

 

basically I didn't get the job I applied for, I was offered a better job.

 

it's still a basic salary plus Comission, but they estimate minimum first years earnings to be around £28k, and I'm being "groomed" (oooooer missus) for an area management role where the average first year earnings are £35k.

 

I'm happy.

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tbh

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My advice with money is to be as reckless and irresponsible as possible.

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as proved by the number of rounds you got in during the pissup :D

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You bitch :D

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£28k is bloody good going for a graduate start (I'm only assuming that's the basis you went on).

 

That's slightly more than what starters at the Big 4 Accountancy Firms in London can expect, with all the costs that incurs!

 

You've done well there Fishy.

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trouble is this is a projection, it's entirely possible that I could only earn 15k, similarly I could earn upwards of 35k in the first year.

 

it's all dictated by how well I can sell.

 

if I'm rubbish then I won't earn much, and I'll not be promoted. It'll be hardworkas I'll be working 6 days from 7 and some days I could work 11 hours and not make a sale.

 

it's basically in my hands and if I fuck up it's because I can't sell or I haven't tried hard enough.

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I must say, I find it rather crass and vulgar to hear people boasting about their earnings, you'll never hear me gloating about the £47k I earnt last year.......

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I must say, I find it rather crass and vulgar to hear people boasting about their earnings, you'll never hear me gloating about the £47k I earnt last year.......

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It's not what you've got it's what you do with it... ;)

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trouble is this is a projection, it's entirely possible that I could only earn 15k, similarly I could earn upwards of 35k in the first year.

 

it's all dictated by how well I can sell.

 

if I'm rubbish then I won't earn much, and I'll not be promoted. It'll be hardworkas I'll be working 6 days from 7 and some days I could work 11 hours and not make a sale.

 

it's basically in my hands and if I fuck up it's because I can't sell or I haven't tried hard enough.

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I thought this was just a gap year job. Are you telling me you went to uni to learn how to sell double glazing door-to-door? ;)

 

Beats McDonalds I suppose. :)

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to be honest I was only going to take this for a year to get some cash, but it's more and more tempting to forget the course entirely and just stick at this.

 

but come 6 months time I might be sick to the back teeth of the job and in that case I'll continue the course.

 

and you're right Jimbo, it was a bit crass to brag about how much I might make, sorry. I just got a bit excited, normally ( as Gemmil intimated) a gap year job would be more in the region of £28 not £28k

 

 

.. Iguess I've done it again, haven't I? ;) sorry...

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I must say, I find it rather crass and vulgar to hear people boasting about their earnings, you'll never hear me gloating about the £47k I earnt last year.......

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Fuck me, that must be the biggest "Woosh" ever !

 

;)

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I must say, I find it rather crass and vulgar to hear people boasting about their earnings, you'll never hear me gloating about the £47k I earnt last year.......

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Fuck me, that must be the biggest "Woosh" ever !

 

;)

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in my defence I'm tired.

 

 

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:)

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Congrats Fishy! Just read this as I'd assumed it was about Kung-fu or something. I think Ker-ching! would have been better like ;)

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aye but if you watch "Open all hours" ths noise the till makes is definitely a "Chu-Ching" not the "Ker-Ching" that you're blatently obsessed with

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P.S. it's not door to door cold calling, appointment based only, which should mean more sales as the customer will already have shown an interest in the product.

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P.S. it's not door to door cold calling, appointment based only, which should mean more sales as the customer will already have shown an interest in the product.

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Ann Summers parties tbh

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