We have found our first job almost right away. '' 99 Cents '' store was a good deal at that time, since we didn't have a work authorization. Half a year passed. Endless hours and the terrible pay; I still was sending money home,helping my parents. They've spent all their savings to send me here, I felt bad about it.
I wanted so many things like nice cars, house, and family, however, realized I would have to work for it. As I grew older, I learned that my family had worked all day and all night to have a roof over my head, food on the table, and cars for transportation. I learned to find a job, to achieve dreams I wanted to have. Next, Soto says, “I tried to convince them that if we improved the way we looked we might get along better in life” (3) In this part, Soto didn’t really understand the affection and value behind family like myself. I was so different from my other classmates, that I wanted to adopt new culture to become “normal”.
I had to find someone to watch my son each night to continue going to school. I had to put my responsibility first and just try to figure life with a baby. My life changed so much after having a baby. It makes you want to figure your life. I feel like my son changed my life it opened my eyes to handle a child and to raise him for years to come.
I generally advise my folks that I need to profit since I need to have the capacity to accomplish more things and purchase more things without worrying about how much cash I have left to spend. I would prefer not to need to approach my relatives for cash since I can 't pay the entire bill this month or can 't manage the cost of something I require. I need my family to take a gander at me and figure "I did great with that one, take a gander at what he originated from and what he has fulfilled at this
As a returning college student it’s a challenge for me because I'm looking for a part time job is not easy at all it's really difficult right now.Trying to find a job to fit in with my school hours has been very time consuming. When you don’t have a job your parent's give you an allowance and you have to make sure you have fuel in your car and stay in budget. Second challenge is doing good on all my courses. Studying more for test and quizzes will help me do better. Adjusting to
At first walter wanted to take Mr.Lindner's offer because it was a way of getting back the money that he lost. It was a struggle for him to decide. Keep the house and allow his family to live comfortably in a larger place or take the money and start from square one again. Mama allows him to take the executive order and decide what would be best for the family. “ and we have decided to move into our house because my father - my father - he earned it for us brick by brick.” Walter responded.
My experiences while serving in the military were amazing; however, I don’t feel that everyone should have to make such a sacrifice just to get a college education, which is required by most jobs if you intend on obtaining a decent salary and a stable career. Many students must take out a student loans and depend on financial aid or scholarships to help them pay for their education and that ends up haunting them financially long after they graduate and start their careers. It’s a hefty price to pay for improving yourself. I believe the government granting two years of free college to students would aid students, while they’re on this journey of self-improvement, by decreasing or eliminating the amount of debt acquired; but also, by opening doors for the students who would never be afforded the opportunity due to they’re financial circumstances. I believe that the environment created from the two years of free schooling would give each student the adequate time needed to determine what occupational field is desired, and enjoy college without the stress of financial hardship.
I was raised to be financially independent during my teen years. When I was young, my parents offered me and my siblings chores, and at the end of the week we would receive an allowance. That is how I began my savings, and started spending my own money before I landed a job years later. When I got a job at 16, my parents would pay minimum for my expenses; I bought my own clothing, games, books, and electronics - I even paid for a school trip to Costa Rica! Do not get me wrong, they would pay for the family outings, dinners, and trips, but whatever expense that I desired to contain for myself, I would pay for it.
So I left the company to work in a factory work that I absolutely detest but the pay was good and the hours were awesome so I had to do it for my family. I turned out not to be that bad of a job the conditions were deplorable but the people I work with were great and it worked for a while but my kids were about to start school and I knew that there was no better time then than to finally take a shot at going back to school so I made up my mind and took the
I am able to learn things, but I just wasn’t catching on as fast as other students. I learned a lot of things late such as tying my shoes, riding a bike, driving a car and etcetera. I got tired of starting to do things later than my peers so I asked my mom what she thought about me attending Job Corps. She thought it was a good idea, but my aunt suggested that I finish high school before going to Job Corps. The more I thought about my decision, Job Corps seemed to be the right fit for me.