Posted June 07, 2019 08:02:56 It’s not often that someone gets the chance to go back to school for a second time, but for one high school senior, that’s exactly what happened.
“I went to the same high school as my brother and I, so I thought, ‘I’ll try it out’,” said the girl, who wishes to remain anonymous to protect her privacy.
“The only difference is that I’m a junior now and I’m working on my degree,” she added.
But when the offer came in from a job offer from a company called Aetna, the 16-year-old was stunned.
The job offer came with a three-year contract and an additional $4,000 to cover the costs of her first year of college.
She had to find a way to make that money back.
In the first year, she got to work for $20 an hour.
Aetna would pay for her tuition and her room and board.
After a year of work, she had to start paying rent and other expenses.
As a result, the student was struggling to make ends meet.
It wasn’t until her second year that she got a break.
While the school paid for the tuition, the company gave her $4 a day to work on her degree, and $5 to help cover the $15 an hour she was being paid.
And after her first three years of work were over, she was able to find her way back into the workforce.
During her time working for Aetraana, the girl worked a minimum of eight hours a day and took home $18,000 a year.
Her husband, who was a student at the same college, worked two jobs, and their daughter, who is now in her 20s, worked three.
With the $1,000-a-month Aetax salary, she could pay for a mortgage on a one-bedroom apartment in the Bay Area, and a home in San Francisco.
So when she heard that the company was looking for someone who had an Aetan degree, she thought it was an easy call.
That’s when she found out what it was like to work as a receptionist for a big pharmaceutical company.
“I went in there and asked the guy if I could help him with the paperwork,” the 16 year-old said.
He was happy to give her the position, and when she returned home to San Francisco, she said she was thrilled to be able to take the next step in her life.
When I heard that they had an internship, I was so happy because I could make more money.
Her new job was a stepping stone for a career she never knew she wanted. “
But when I heard the internship was offered, I thought it would be an easy job for me to get an internship at a pharmaceutical company.”
Her new job was a stepping stone for a career she never knew she wanted.
For now, she’s living with her mother in San Mateo and working part time.
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