So thankful!! Thank you!
I compiled this file (pdf) of common interview questions you might (or might not) get during interviews. Credits go to those who have shared their interview questions through various online sources.
I hope you will find this helpful in your future :)
Corey and I are going to be set for life when I get a job.
Right now, he makes enough money to support us comfortably.
We have enough money that we don’t need to have a budget or stress about saving money.
When I get a job, I hope to make at least $3,000 a month (max would be around $4,000 starting out if I can get full-time).
That’s $3,000 extra that we will have in our pocket.
Take off $500 a month for mortgage, property tax, and hydro when we get a house.
And about $600 a month for a few car and insurance.
We are going to be able to travel, have a nice house and cars, AND be prepared to have children without stressing about money.
SO FREAKING EXCITED!!
The job interview I have next Monday is paying $25/hr!!!
It’s going to be so nice to finally be able to contribute to the family income.
I sent my resume in on Wednesday, and followed up with it yesterday AND I GET A CALL TODAY FOR AN INTERVIEW ON APRIL 28TH!!!!!
PRACTICAL NURSE ALYSSA, HERE I COME!