You're not alone. There are tons of people out there (even those in their 30's) who want to get out of their parent's home. But it's not that easy if high paying jobs don't come by that easily. Minimum certainly can't help you out much unless you're living in a very very low rent area. But even then, you still have other expenses.
Take for instance this guy I know, he worked at Bestbuy and just finally said that he had to get out of the house. He had some money to rent a space with a friend so naturally he left. He was living on a high for awhile, that is until he actually had no money left to pay his bills. He didn't calculate the amount he actually needed to sustain his lifestyle. And the money he earned definitely didn't help any.
And I bet a lot of you are in the same boat as my friend.
All is not lost. There is a job out there that pays really well. And, if you get yourself to doing tours, you practically have no expenses as your hotels, flight, and food are paid for. A lot of tours pay from $1200 a week. Some are short tours (a month to three months) and there are long tours (6 months to a year or more). So let's say you work a 6 month tour: $1,200 x 26 weeks = you make $31,200 in just 6 months! That's $31,200 of no expenses!
I know this guy who has been doing tours for, let's just say for forever, and he loves it. Granted he only comes home a month out of a year, but he wouldn't have it any other way. Since he's been doing it for quite a long time, of course he doesn't make just $1,200 a week but way more. But let's say that he did only earn $1,200 a week and he worked year long tours. So, $1,200 x 52 weeks x 5 years = In 5 years he would have amassed $312,000! And I'm just calculating it at 5 years, because this guy has been doing this since the late '90's. But the guy is pretty savvy and he doesn't just rely on promo earnings to get money. The money he earns from doing promo he uses it to purchase investment properties which earns him passive income from the rent money he gets every month. And whatever other investments this guy has.
He could practically retire just from his investments but judging from how I met him, he seemed like a guy who couldn't stay still.
Not many tour people are like him though. Most of the ones I know who do tours, do this:
They do a 6-month to a year long tour. Then they take a 2-month to 3-month vacation--IN ANOTHER COUNTRY!
This one girl I knew took a 10-week vacation to Thailand last year. She could afford it with the money she earns doing tours. Another one is currently taking a 3-month vacation in Europe. She too could afford it as they have plenty of money they saved up to do so. And once they get back, they do another tour and make money all over again. This other girl I know took a year long trip driving from South Africa all the way up Egypt with her boyfriend. Now hers is the extreme one, but hey to each their own!
Brand Ambassador jobs/Promo Jobs are so much fun and they're not difficult jobs to do. All you do is make sure the consumer has a great time while giving out free stuff to people and making sure people know how great the product is. NOT HARD. In fact, look at these fun examples of high paying fun jobs:
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Now the only caveat is, if you don't have a resume that reflects doing promos, then you're not likely to get the job. But it's not a total loss cause in THE BOOK I show you how to go from nothing to getting into tours. In fact, I went from having no promotional experience to MANAGING (getting paid way more) in 3 months. And from then on it just snowballed and I kept getting more and more until I got hired to manage a tour within a year's time!
If you are dying to make money and get out of your parent's house now, then get THE BOOK and apply to those jobs now!
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