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Futaki

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Hi, I'm a law graduate enrolled on the masters and am 28 years old. I'm two parts away from finishing up reading the Millionaire Fastlane .

A few months ago I went to an interview at a lawyers office where I was offered 500€ for 12 hours of work, plus some saturdays, without a contract or anything, and I didn't feel like ending up being on the news for having died of exhaustion for working 60-70 hours a week, so I started thinking of other options.

I did the decision matrix exercise, and basically now the jobs I am considering are biased towards the best being the one that lets me be rich in the future.

I am considering getting a night time security job as vigilante, so I am unsupervised and can get paid while I learn the skills required to make the website for the business I want to create.

The violent crime rate in my country is very low, and every time I see one of these vigilantes they are playing on their phone and doing nothing, and that's during the daytime!

Anyone with experience thinks this is a good path to follow?
 
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Vigilantes? I think you might have a word translating incorrectly.

Anyone with experience thinks this is a good path to follow?

We have no idea. Do what works for you and your country and your opportunities there, not ours.

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Futaki

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I mean security guards, I believe.

Thanks!
 

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