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Can you afford to quit your job?




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24no
11I don't have a job
9yes
5other


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romkey Survey Central Gold Subscriber
posted 2-Apr-2007 12:13pm  
I quit what most people would have considered my job a long time ago.
jettles Survey Central Subscriber Gold Qualifier
posted 2-Apr-2007 12:16pm  
i am saying yes but this is yes to a limited time. i could survive for maybe a month or so but not for much longer.
Wackadoo
posted 2-Apr-2007 1:13pm  
I could afford to quit my job if I had another one lined up for similar money.  * wink *
filiasan
posted 2-Apr-2007 1:19pm  
I picked the last three, because I'm a special case. I don't have a job but am on SSI. The likelihood of me getting a job, around here, is less than 2%. That's how tough it is. I wouldn't work for a job unless it paid more than my supplemental income, otherwise there is no point. People like me don't get promotions.
mandy
posted 2-Apr-2007 1:44pm  
I could at the moment but would have to look for something else within a month or two to be able to keep up with my living expenses
Amanda
posted 2-Apr-2007 5:38pm  
Sure....if I wanted to live in a cardboard box.
cerealkiller Bronze Star Survey Creator Gold Qualifier
posted 2-Apr-2007 5:44pm  
Huh? I don't know of anyone who can afford to quit their job. If they could, why would they be working? I can never quit working. I must work until I die. 28 years on the mortgage and almost 55 years old, no retirement money...........
Scott
posted 2-Apr-2007 6:06pm  
Yes, if I wanted to.
TeddyMiller Survey Central Gold Subscriber
posted 2-Apr-2007 6:23pm  
I could manage on my savings for quite a number of years.
ultamate
posted 2-Apr-2007 10:03pm  
No, but that's why I'm looking for a rich man.
Enigma
posted 2-Apr-2007 10:51pm  
QUIT my job? I just GOT my job.
No, I couldn't.... unfortunately, I have to do something to earn
Galomorro
posted 2-Apr-2007 11:12pm  
No job. Early retirement. But it's not easy living on it. But then it wasn't easy living on what I used to make when working, either.
RGirl
posted 3-Apr-2007 12:02am  
Don't have one. Disabled. But I can't afford to stop doing the work I do at home, such as cleaning, laundry, caring for pets and running some errands.
Enheduanna Survey Central Subscriber This user is on the site NOW (2 minutes ago)
posted 3-Apr-2007 11:30am  
No; but it's only a temporary job.
icurok
posted 3-Apr-2007 2:05pm  
Only if I got another job straight away.
Biggles Bronze Star Survey Creator Survey Qualifier This user is on the site NOW (5 minutes ago)
posted 3-Apr-2007 2:41pm  
I hope so, seeing as I am going to be leaving at the end of July...

Do you mean can I afford to retire? Certainly not! But I can afford to take a five-year leave of absence from full-time employment to go back to university? I think it may be possible by incurring lots of debt...I do find the prospect rather frightening to be perfectly honest, but I'll make it work somehow.
Jody
posted 4-Apr-2007 1:28pm  
I'm the sole breadwinner for my family, so I think not.
Cain
posted 4-Apr-2007 3:25pm  
Hah! God no.
Iseult Silver Star Survey Creator
posted 5-Apr-2007 3:15pm  
Sure. But why would I want to do that?
cabinfever
posted 6-Apr-2007 2:07am  
I currently do not have a job. I am looking for one so I can contribute to the household. We could afford to have me keep being a stay-at-home mom, but we'd never get out of debt.
gambler
posted 6-Apr-2007 4:48pm  
No
Maarten
posted 6-Apr-2007 7:28pm  
Nope.
I have a mortgage.
And a child.
And a car.
etc.
Maarten
(reply to RGirl) posted 6-Apr-2007 7:38pm  
How are you disabled?
I mean, in what way?
LindaH Quadruple Gold Star Survey Creator Gold Qualifier
posted 6-Apr-2007 10:12pm  
I have no job, and I can afford not to work.
RGirl
(reply to Maarten) posted 6-Apr-2007 11:40pm  
My brain doesn't work properly. I have trouble with memory- but this has improved immensely recently, trouble with organization, trouble following directions, mood fluctuations, irrational periods, etc. Add social anxiety.
Maarten
(reply to RGirl) posted 7-Apr-2007 7:16am  
That sounds serious.Was it caused by an accident?
mve17
posted 7-Apr-2007 6:18pm  
Hahahah no
RGirl
(reply to Maarten) posted 7-Apr-2007 6:53pm  
A mishap during surgery.
Maarten
(reply to RGirl) posted 8-Apr-2007 10:31am  
Wow... thanks mr. surgeon....  * frown *
JessicaWoman99 Quintuple Gold Star Survey Creator Survey Qualifier
posted 8-Apr-2007 3:08pm  
Even thou I work part time and get Social Security I still need part time job
and I cannot afford to give up my job
RGirl
(reply to Maarten) posted 8-Apr-2007 4:37pm  
Yeah, sucks but I live with it and have the support of a wonderful woman and family.  * smile *
Pomeranian
posted 29-Apr-2007 6:27am  
nope
cloudhugger
posted 30-Apr-2007 10:40am  
I don't have a job, other.
The question I could answer better would be Can I afford to do nothing?
when I did have a 'job', I couldn't afford not to leave, the job was slowly killing me.
cloudhugger
(reply to jen) posted 30-Apr-2007 10:43am  
oooOOOOOOooooooo! Look at that "10" on your shield! Pretty fancy!
cloudhugger
(reply to jen) posted 1-May-2007 1:22am  
 * surprise *  * ! *
krazykatlady
posted 19-May-2007 2:39am  
Technically, I'm not sure if I could quit my job as I'm self employed. Maybe I could fire myself.
Liss Bronze Star Survey Creator
posted 21-May-2007 2:03pm  
Not really.
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