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Rory- I agree with you dude. I work at a chain restaurant, 2 different locations. One as a server, and another as a host. With my tips and everything included I net about 300-400 a week, but I use that to pay for my gas, food, and any other things along with my paycheck. But yes I think you're right, I should start looking for another job, but there are hardly any other places that are hiring other than food, and unless I have a degree, It'll be difficult to work anywhere but food/service places.
Signhere-I will heed your advice, and I will apply for the Zync in December (8 months of history by then.) The reason why I was also looking at the Zync was for the food. I typically make about 400-500 a month. 200-250 goes for Gas and whatever groceries I need to buy. The other 100-200 is for food, and other miscellaneous expenses. I wanted to use my BOFA card for Gas and Groceries, and Zync for food, and other miscellaneous expenses. Heck, I wouldn't mind a small limit either if need be. But I guess for now I will hold off...
But also If I put my occupation under student, would that make it less likely for me to be approved? I didn't make much last year, but I have already made slightly more than I did last year.
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