Posted October 02, 2018 06:00:02 I’ve been on a minimum wage job for about two years, and have worked at least 15 hours a week.
My wage was about $15 per hour, which was pretty good.
It took a little bit of a toll, though.
I started to get worried that I was going to be able to make ends meet.
I thought, If I work that hard, I could actually live on my own.
I worked a little while at a restaurant, then started to take on freelance work, and eventually ended up at a place where I was getting paid the minimum.
And that was a little scary.
I’d worked full-time for about a year before I got laid off, so I didn’t really feel like I was in a position to make much money.
I’ve had a few months of paychecks that I’ve worked in a while, and I have enough savings to live on, but not enough to put a roof over my head and buy food on the cheap.
But it’s not the only reason I’m hesitant.
If I had worked full time at the restaurant, I probably would have made a little more money.
But I didn (and still don’t) have that flexibility, and that was the problem I had.
If you work a lot of hours and don’t get paid the same amount, you can lose a lot more than you gain.
The problem with a minimum-wage job is that you can’t rely on the amount you make to cover your basic expenses.
For me, I was worried that if I was making $15 an hour, I would have enough money to live off of for the rest of my life.
And I’d probably end up spending more time in jail than I am now, so it was a big concern.
I also thought about my parents, who I thought were getting a decent amount of money from their jobs, but were still living in poverty.
They’re working so hard and they’re working at restaurants, but they’re still not getting the minimum amount of pay that they should.
So it made me feel really bad that they’re being left behind.
I think it was really hard to find a place that would hire me full- time.
The first few months were rough.
I was working at the same place as other people, and it was always a struggle to get by.
I made about $9 an hour before getting laid off.
I had to start working part-time at the bar to make up for lost pay, so that I could afford to buy food for the family and pay rent.
The bartenders had to pay me back wages every week, so the bartenders were getting paid about $1 an hour.
The restaurant was getting pretty expensive, too, so my rent was about the same.
And then my boss started getting really sick, so she had to give me a raise.
I figured that I’d be able do the minimum job, and so I worked my way up to $14 an hour after a few weeks.
In those few weeks, I realized that I didn.
I’m not really sure why, but I was really feeling really bad about the situation I was currently in.
My boss had gone into a coma, and her life was on the line.
She was very ill and had been for a long time, and she was going blind.
I knew she was sick, and was getting really tired of dealing with her.
So I was like, “Man, this sucks, but if I don.t do anything about it, I’m going to end up getting sick and getting a little tired of my job.”
So I figured I could get a raise and keep working at least part- time, so what I did was I decided to work part- or full-Time at a coffee shop.
That was when things started to go a little better.
I did get to work a little at the coffee shop, and after a couple weeks of working at it, my boss said she’d like me to work full- Time there.
I decided I’d take that job full-timer, because I wasn’t going to work at the cafe full-timers would have been too expensive, and they were nice and welcoming.
I really enjoyed working at my job, but the day that my boss got sick I realized it was time to go full-Timer.
I didn;t have much money left after my paychecks, and the job wasn’t that much more fun to work.
But the worst part was that the cafe was closing.
So the first few weeks were rough, but eventually, the money started to come in, and things started getting a lot easier.
It’s been a few years since I had a job that paid me like that, and right now, I am working full-Timers.
I just started getting paid at $15 on October 2, 2018.
It’s not something that I ever really expected to