When and how did you get your first income by yourself?

@yinmm007 (605)
China
April 9, 2009 5:30am CST
Every one would remember their first income in their life.The first salary is the affirmation of our ability.From then on,we may have more passion for our work and more confidence. As a college student,i have never got any income by myself.I envy those people who can get lots money when they were students.I want to do some part-time job before every holiday.But when holiday come i change decision and just want to have a rest.Maybe i am not diligent boy. When did you get your first salary?And how did you get it?No matter how much you got i think you were happiness at that time.Please show your experience to share with us.
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3 responses
@Catfreeek (346)
• United States
9 Apr 09
I was 16 and got job at a department store. It was so nice to earn money of my own.
@yinmm007 (605)
• China
9 Apr 09
Yes,i think so too.So i hope i can get my first income from mylot...
@krajibg (11940)
• Guwahati, India
9 Apr 09
Nice introduction. You know what I joined my college as a lecturer in 1992 nov and the next month the clerk asked me to the office and said that I was supposed to get a minimum remuneration as my job had yet been confirmed by Govt. Education department. Ir was mere Rs. 1000/- of Indian currency and it felt sort of embarrassed as that was my first income and now I draw around Rs.40,000/- Yes this sort of moment lingers till the last breath.
@yinmm007 (605)
• China
9 Apr 09
the sum of money at the first time is not so important ,the point is from that moment on,when can recongize that we already make money which helps us to build our confidence
@sonusd (1548)
• India
9 Apr 09
I got my first salary when i joined my first job that was really a memorable moment because i had no responsible at that time and i spent all my money for my own and also for my friends there was no one to ask me for my money
@yinmm007 (605)
• China
9 Apr 09
i am jealous of you! loading nothing and just enjoy that money for happiness