That's what I could be making with my skill set, according to Tickle (eTickle?). They say: With your skills, you could be earning up to $83,000 per year. Find out which jobs match these skills in your personalized Right Job Report.
They figured this out from the quiz I took where I either Strongly Agreed, Agreed, Disagreed or Strongly Disagreed. To get my personalized job report, I'll need to fork over $12.95. Still, $12.95 is a small price to pay to land an $83,000-a-year job. $12.95 is an INVESTMENT, probably even a tax write off!
When potential employers ask what my salary expectations are, I'm gonna put down $83,000. Unless, of course, I get booked to do a show. In that case I'd be insulted that someone would think I'd work for that amount, an embarrassingly-low $83,000.
At present, I think my actual skill set is good for either $15.00 an hour, or around $150,000+ a year. I'd like to get the lesser salary up to about $50-$100 bucks an hour, but I'm not sure what that entails. Knowledge of Quark? Programming skills? Marketing know how? Being stuck in an office?
If anyone knows feel free to share.
Ummmmm...spoke to the agent today. Looks like no one has been called back for the BIG AUDITION (I mention the show on the podcast). I think they'll have callbacks around mid-July, which means I'm still in the running. I think. I hope.
And it also looks like I'll be taping something with WE (the Women's Network) next Thursday or Friday, another panel show utilizing my quick wit. More on that after I tape it.
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