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Maths question about a job

Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by shakes16, Nov 19, 2019.

  1. shakes16

    shakes16 New commenter


    I have a possible customer service job for £18000. It is 9 until 6 I think Mon to Fri. I am currently working from home though and getting about £800 a month for not doing that much and free to do what I like in my spare time during the day.
    Shall I take this job which will be permanent and offer sick pay and a pension as well as the usual NI payments? Or just try to increase my £800? I have a business I am setting up you see but I haven't the money to market it yet properly. Travel costs to this job will be about £45 a month by bus.
  2. armandine2

    armandine2 Established commenter

    I love these sketchy problems!
  3. gainly

    gainly Star commenter

    This doesn't seem lie a maths problem. There are too many unknown factors to give any sensible advice.
  4. frustum

    frustum Star commenter

    Yep, too many unknowns.
    Might part-time be a possibility in the customer service job? If you could do four days a week, you'd have some regular income and sick pay, pension contributions, etc, and some spare time to work on your business plan.

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