do i need a job to get a credit card
I know this is an unpopular opinion, and I understand why. My point is that it’s impossible for most of you if you’re not working to get a credit card. Even if you’re employed, you have the option to not being employed. You can use the credit card to pay for things that don’t even interest you.
If you don’t enjoy the things that you work for, you will probably hate your job too. Even if you’re the CEO of a financial services company, you may still find yourself not liking the job you are doing. Why? Well, you simply may prefer to live off of savings and loans than on your company’s credit card. But just because you don’t like your job doesn’t mean that you can’t get a credit card if you can’t get a job.
If you can use a credit card to pay for things you already enjoy, then you should definitely get a job. I know this because I am the CEO of a financial services company and I have a credit card just like yours. I even get paid on certain days, and the rewards are always there.
I have a credit card with Chase, and just like you, I get paid on certain days, and the rewards are always there.
I dont know if you think this is a stupid idea or not since youre obviously paying for your credit card. But if you want to be able to do things that you enjoy, then you need to get a job. I know this because I work on Wall Street and I always pay my credit card statements on time. I think that’s smart.
That sounds like a pretty logical justification to me, and I completely agree. I have a credit card and I also work at Chase as well. I just think it’s a good idea to have a credit card. I mean, look at all the times I’ve been a little careless with my finances. I’ve paid on time by only a few days, but that doesn’t mean the rewards are there.
I think that this is a good time to say that I can certainly see the argument that people with jobs probably have better credit than those without them. If you are working, you get a credit card and you pay it on time. If you are not, then you have to pay it on time. But that doesnt have to mean that you can spend more than your actual income to pay your credit card balance.
You could argue that a job is not a credit card. Jobs are paid for with a check, money orders, cash, or an investment. I think the distinction is a little fuzzy though. I guess what I mean is that you have to look at the money you need to work and the money you need to pay your bills. If you have to go into debt to pay your bills, then you clearly need a job.
I think a lot of people who are considering a job don’t realize how much spending can get you into debt. You can become as over-extended as a credit card by over-spending on things you don’t need, but you’re really spending too much anyway. Many of us are not aware of how much we spend and how much we spend on credit cards and things like that. We often just assume we’re spending too much.
Sure, we buy things we dont actually need or expect or need in return for a lot of money. But there are other things we buy for many reasons that will get us into debt and the best way to avoid that is to have a little extra money to pay for it or to borrow.