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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    Are those people worthless uneducated bums or immigrants, perchance?
    I had to google a bit and found an article from 2008 which says that 2005 22% of people with jobs today work in the so called low-wage sector, which is people who earn wages under the poverty line. Around 3/4 of those people have an vocational education (hope I took the right word) or even an university degree.

    Unemployed people here get offered often those 1€ per hour jobs. If they don't accept the job they will get their social money shortened, so people will accept those jobs and those jobs become more and more.

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    Oh, I see; so it's not unlike the American workfare program, where unemployed people go work at Wal-Mart or whatever and the government supplements their income. Better than them sitting at home anyway.

    That doesn't detract from the fact that German median wages are something like $50 grand a year (at purchasing power parity), which is something you guys should be damn proud of (I assume you're German).
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    I am German, yes. Well, as I said, it is obviously possible to earn here better money too, just it is not anymore like in the past where the wealth of the country was far more noticeable even for the people on the lower side. Basically the money moves from the poorest to the richest over the years, and the middle class is kinda disappearing. That has to do with the reforms we had over the last years in the social area and the taxes for example.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chegra View Post
    But yea what is surprising is the ENTP. How you explain that?
    If you knew any ENTPs, you wouldn't be asking this question.




    (.... they're remarkably far more interested in messing around in lots of new things than necessarily achieving a particular financial goal. One of the most "undisciplined/unfocused" types IMO.)
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    i guess i'm destined to be poor. except i'd be perfectly happy with 61k a year right now.

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    Currently I don't have an income. But over the course of the next few years I expect that to change quickly and drastically.

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    Damn, I don't even make as much as the "average" INFP on this list, and I thought I was doing well for myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chegra View Post
    Household Income
    ENTJ - $84,434
    ESTJ - $76,238
    ESFJ - $74,882
    INTJ - $72,043
    ENFJ - $71,060
    ISTJ - $71,020
    Yessssss. ENTJ+ISTJ relationship = Bring on the financial security.


    I've got to say though... My ISTP brother is probably always going to be making more money than me.
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    them they've all got unimaginable, magnificent, wonderful, stupid, amazing worlds. Not just one world. Hundreds of them. Thousands maybe.” -Neil Gaiman

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    My income is appalling at present but then i do work for a charity organisation and it's good experience to take me to better things.

    $74K .. Nahhh, money's not everything but it sure helps, lol.
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    I am contemplating changing jobs, which would amount to a ~30% pay cut, but the opportunity to do more of the work that really interests me. Pay is not the only measure of a good job.

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