LOL, I was getting paid that straight out of high school on a level 1 support job.
Few years later, performing third level support sitting on just under 90k no Uni degree.
Let's suppose (based on my anec-data ) that one could be making 120K after a few years out of school with a Uni degree.
At 133% your wage it will take roughly 12 years to make up the lost income one could have earned by going straight into level 1 support. If planning to retire at age 34 you're "LOL" is definitely warranted, as school was a bad decision. If planning to work even one year past that, ignoring all future promotions (which is where the degree really starts to come in handy) then you made the sub-optimal choice. "LOL"
. Be glad you aren't giving 50 cent blowjobs just to get a hot meal in your stomach.
As well as 50 cents!!
Besides, your customer will be a lot more understanding of not getting an e-mail because he mistyped his address than being refused service because your software disapproves of it.
We must have very different customers. If there's any difference between the two levels of understanding in mine, it's in the noise.\ Sales manager says the customer is always right; please fix the website and email back Joe SixPack at trueeBeleiver@aol.com when it's working properly, if he doesn't get it I'll be calling you to ask why again.
"The hands that help are better far than the lips that pray." -- Robert G. Ingersoll