$7 WEEKLY EARNINGS ~ Does It Worth The Struggle?

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When talking about rewards, something must always be sacrificed or put up for for the rewards to come.
You don't just wake up one day and realize that you have wealth attached to your name as the case may be.

For every wealthy person out there, he or she risked something to get to that stage they are. And a good factor or key factor of becoming wealthy is Time put into whatever thing you are doing to accumulate wealth either for the present or for the future.

Time they say is money, and one wasn't missing words when they said that time is actually money. So if one is sacrificing his or her time on whatever he or she does, does $7 weekly earnings worth it? Does it worth the person's time, resources, and most time even energy?

You know some people are in die need of $7 daily to foot their bills or even secure them a meal for the family.
While others need it every week for similar or different budgets and expenditures.

$7 Weekly? Does It Worth?

If my knowledge of numbers didn't fail me, that is basically $1 daily. And if I am to set an example using my country, $1 is approximately N380 and $7 will be N2660. Now be the judge, assuming you are from Nigeria, how long do you think $7 or N2660 will last?

It can likely secure you an average pot of soup or another delicacy, if it's a pot of soup then it's much better since it gonna last for about three to four days if well managed but if not then you know you will finish a full pot of soup in two days especially if the family is a huge one.

Without missing words, I don't think $7 can do a lot regardless of which country you are though I don't really know how all the country's economy is but for the average number I know, $7 weekly doesn't really worth it.

Some works are not lucrative enough but sadly many are ignorant about this. They rather sacrifice all the time they have to engage in works and hard labor only for them to be paid in pennies or crumbs at the end of the day.

But I believe if one can spend good hours on hive daily, they can do so much more and their time sacrificed will always be rewarded and it would worth so much more than $7 weekly for a stressful and hard labor work.

SPANISH

Cuando se habla de recompensas, siempre se debe sacrificar o dejar algo para que las recompensas vengan.
No te despiertas un día y te das cuenta de que tienes riqueza adjunta a tu nombre, según sea el caso.
Por cada persona rica que existe, arriesgó algo para llegar a esa etapa en la que se encuentra.
Y un buen factor o factor clave para hacerse rico es Tiempo invertido en cualquier cosa que esté haciendo para acumular riqueza precisa, ya sea para el presente o para el futuro.

El tiempo, dicen, es dinero, y a uno no le faltan palabras cuando dicen que el tiempo es en realidad dinero.
Entonces, si uno está sacrificando su tiempo en lo que sea que haga, ¿vale la pena $ 7 semanales?
¿Vale la pena el tiempo, los recursos y la mayor parte del tiempo, incluso la energía de la persona?
Usted sabe que algunas personas necesitan $ 7 diarios para pagar sus facturas o incluso asegurarles una comida para la familia.
Mientras que otros lo necesitan todas las semanas para presupuestos y gastos similares o diferentes.

$ 7 semanales?

¿Vale la pena?
Si mi conocimiento de los números no me fallara, eso es básicamente $ 1 diario.
Y si voy a dar un ejemplo usando mi país, $ 1 es aproximadamente N380 y $ 7 serán N2660.
Ahora sea el juez, suponiendo que sea de Nigeria, ¿cuánto tiempo cree que durarán $ 7 o N2660?
Es probable que pueda asegurarle una olla promedio de sopa u otro manjar, si es una olla de sopa, entonces es mucho mejor, ya que durará entre tres y cuatro días si se maneja bien, pero si no, entonces sabe que terminará una olla llena de
sopa en dos días, especialmente si la familia es grande.

Sin faltar palabras, no creo que $ 7 puedan hacer mucho, independientemente del país en el que se encuentre, aunque sé realmente cómo es toda la economía del país, pero para el número promedio que conozco, $ 7 semanales realmente no vale la pena.

Algunas obras no son lo suficientemente lucrativas, pero lamentablemente muchas ignoran esto.
Prefieren sacrificar todo el tiempo que tienen para dedicarse a trabajos y trabajos forzados solo para que se les pague en centavos o en migajas al final del día.

Pero creo que si uno puede pasar buenas horas en la colmena todos los días, puede hacer mucho más y su tiempo sacrificado siempre será recompensado y valdría mucho más de $ 7 semanales por un trabajo duro y estresante.

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Whew. That's $3.50 per language..

Before you criticize ask yourself how long you've been on Facebook and how much they've paid you

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1 yr

Where is the criticism in this?
Anyway, that's the funny part, I am not on Facebook. I don't have such time to waste.
I was basically talking about hard labor and work that pays in crumbs.
I rather prefer to be in my house and in the comfort of my bed earning that amount than do any hard labor.
I hope you get my point now? :)

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No criticism included.

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1 yr

Ok then :)

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Exactly, you are right. I have made up to 40 HBD in a week before which is like almost half of my total weekly earnings when brining curation and Hive power rewards into it..

I don't work hard labour and I earn more than a average banker in Nigeria when coming to a monthly earning.

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1 yr

Yeah, you understood this post better.
Hive will always remain the best so far.
Sadly, people undergo those hard labor work in our country and go back home with crumbs.

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Exactly.. Soon the world would get known of Hive.

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1 yr

Is 7$ only from writing or also curation? Maybe dividends? :P

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1 yr

Lol, seems you guys don't get this post :)
The $7 is for typical hard labor work here in my country not about hive earnings here

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1 yr

Ohh haha xD

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$7 a week wouldn't do much for any house. However, it is my theory that if one wants more then he should offer more value.

Time is valuable, but to who? That's the question. Who values your time or input. That determines what you earn.

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1 yr

It wouldn't like I thought as well.
But there are situations that most people want more but they still engage their time in some work that will still pay them little or less.

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Now imagine what it is like here in Venezuela. The salary of public employees such as teachers, college teachers, secretaries, janitors, some doctors, and more is just 1.5$ a month and a "good" salary is 30$ a month to 7$ a week is "good" here.

And I say it that way because is a lie, you can eat, right, but almost nothing more and not good food.

I'm not working right now, it's not worthy, I do better by myself

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1 yr

Jez... I knew Venezuela's economy is a little too weak.
I guess $7 weekly is worth something in Venezuela :)
Yea exactly, you can so so much by yourself and not work your ass out when it doesn't even worth it

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Yeah, I have had just two jobs since I graduated, right into an art gallery and because of the pandemic, in a shipping agency since July, and my best salary was $45 a month, it was worthy then tho, because the cost of the life was expensive in national currency but not that much in dollars, so I was good... but things got bad and at the shipping agency my salary was $25 a month and now the life is much more expensive... one kilo of rice is $1.5 just to say something.

I quit the agency in january when it was sooo much time doing nothing and I knew I could do better here in Hive and doing jobs by myself

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Oh, I see the later turn out wasn't so favorable and you needed the quiet.
Glad to know you are doing much better here.
Hive on!

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I can manage $7 a week if I'm not going outside, or paying for electricity, water, or emergencies coming up. Basically my undergraduate life

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1 yr

Lol, undergraduate life indeed.
But if you are coming from a family kinda life then you know its isn't worth it and you certainly can't manage that less you know?

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I can't manage that now

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My mom can manage 7$/ week I don't know how she does it but I can't. That's gonna make me so miserable and I'll find ways to make more money and I'll sleep thinking and dreaming about ways to make money every waking hours 🤣 and do something about it.

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yes

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A 7 days hard labor work is worth $7 in your country?
Wow I wish to be born in your country in my next life 😁

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7dollars? my 1 month food allowance

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The struggle to make the rewards worth the time is real. Even your passions, in my case the blockchain, sometimes need an objective measurement of value for time spent.
Good post!

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