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Frequently asked questions about fast cash in michigan

  • Seriously, the system in michigan is so messed up. I get an mip ticket, and I cant apply for my licsense until i get the mip ticket taken care of (im 18) it wasnt even a driving offense, I was walking down the road, and the breath alyzed me? now when i wanna find a job, at a temp service, I cant get one until I get it taken care of? Than the court wants money from me? HOW AM I SUPPOSED TO PAY THEM WITHOUT NO JOB!? SO STUPID!
  • First of all, a MIP-Alcohol is not a felony. Most jobs will not be too concerned with that on your record. I am not sure why you cannot get a temp job without getting this cleared first. Living in Michigan too, I realize that the job market is tough. You may have to take a job that you do not want (fast food?) to get the money to pay the ticket so you can get your license. I am concerned with the last line of your question though. You broke the law, plain and simple. You do not have to agree with it, just live with it. Get some kind of job, maybe even raking leaves to earn some cash to pay the fine. Even in our tough economy there are jobs available out there; just set your sights on getting a job, not what kind of job you get.
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  • Tried Babysitting? house cleaning, Mowing yards .weeding gardens at 15 most company's can not hire you as due to child labor laws and in some jobs doing the wrong thing can kill you or someone else. I have worked in the Meat packing field for a few years and one time we had a sanitation worker fail to do a lock out tag out properly he slipped and fell the machine turned on and he was dead. The machine happened to be a meat grinder. so do odd jobs for your friends and relatives. could be that a lemon-aid stand on the corner could net you some cash I used to buck bales when I was 15 It payed good and I got cash money each day. with a Parents signature you might be able to land a fast food job or at a Restaurant as a waiter ask small business owners if they would consider hiring a 15 year old but don't get mad if the answer is no if they say "we can not hire anyone who is not 18.? laugh and say see you in 3 years make a good impression now in 3 years they may not remember but make a bad one and be sure they will not forget.
  • You could work in retail such as like Forever 21, Macy's, JC Penny, or American Eagle Outfiters. You can get different clothing, jewelry and purses and other things reaallly cheap. My mom worked at JC Penny in Michigan and she hot loads of perfume and even modeled a dress for a famous designer. You could also work at a place like Best Buy or Radioshack but you have to comprehend high technology. Good luck!
  • Lots of places like Fast food stores or grocery McDonalds Chapains Jewl - probly the best for 15 year old Sorry For bad answer ~Quinn
  • Chick Fil A Hires At 15 ! They Also Give Away ScholarShips !
  • Publix
  • what about fast food chains or supermarkets?
  • chick filet... Dont know if thats spelled right.
  • As an employee of one of the world's largest oil companies (Shell), I can tell you that in most cases, this would involve pulling the dispensers (what you call pumps). This is a major cost that won't be considered until a station is forced to replace its dispensers for mechanical reasons. The pumps in Michigan were replaced by the wholesaler who operates our stations there. Of the 3000+ plus stations we're actively managing, none have the cash at the pump option. Stations actually hate pay at the pump. Nobody makes money on retail gas purchases. I'm talking rarely over 10 cents/gallon. That means on a 20 gallon purchase ($60 worth of gasoline), the station owner/manager is making, if he's lucky, 2 bucks. If you pay at the pump with a card, he's giving part of his already slim profits to the card issuer. Now he's down to less than a buck per purchase. What the stations really want is for you to go inside. There was an article I recently read where the reason stations are all putting in gourmet coffee kiosks is because of the 500% (or more) profit to be had. Compare that to the 2-3% profit on gasoline. If you buy a cup of coffee, a bottle of soda, or a snack, that station made WAY more off you than the driver who pulled up to the pump, filled up and took off. Gas stations can't survive on gasoline purchases only. Smokes, food and drinks are where the real money is, trust me. The gas gets you on the lot, but the lot keeps running because of the inside sales.
  • Some stations take cash. I don't pay with cash because I don't carry that much money on me and I like to track my expenses at the end of the month. I usually only pull $100-160 out of the bank at a time to cover small expenses. If I blow $50 on gas then I just have to make another trip to the bank soon. Cash is also slower because you need to get change. If you only put $40 in then you will have to refill sooner and it will waste time also. Plus I hate going inside and waiting in line for all the people that treat the place like its 7-Eleven. Its a gas station!
  • At all the Arcos they have a machine where you can insert cash or use a debit card. Another thing, you're talking about Americans being lazy because a lot of gas stations do not have automated machines to put money in, and you have to "run back and forth" to go inside to the cashier and then come back out to pump gas. Methinks you are the lazy one if it's so hard to go inside to pay the cashier and then go back out. Silly foreigner :-)
  • Many places do have full service stations. In Oregon, self-service is illegal. In most states, if you have a disabled person parking placard, the gas station is required to fill up your tank for you. And you asked "Is there nothing that the public can do to change this without the price of the gas going up?" There is no way you can add an extra service without the cost going up, it would violate the laws of economics. Labor in the US is a lot more expensive than other countries.
  • I guess you must be another time traveler (I am finding a lot of them on Yahoo Answers) because there's a lot of gas stations around where I live where we can do this. I have driven through other states & communicated with people in distant states. This technology has been in widespread use for many years. I work for a manufacturer of some of the component parts of this technology. I figure we have been in that business for over a decade. Conclusion, you are a traveler from a time before this technology existed.
  • I've never seen a gas pump that you put money in, like a vending machine. I pay at the pump with my credit card all the time and have done so for the past decade or so.
  • Because they want you to use your ATM or credit card. All gas stations have those. Get a bank account and get an ATM card if you don't have good credit. The US is high tech. They want you to use electronic funds and not cash. There you have it.
  • Almost all the ARCO stations have the pay with money at the pump here in southern California.
  • It is everywhere. Not seeing one doesn't mean that we don't have. Yes, we have the most advanced technologies and we are not lazy. There is nothing wrong with making things convenient for us. Does using a remote control to change a TV channel consider lazy? Does using elevators over stairs mean we don't want to walk?
  • Lots of gas pumps allow customers to pay with debit and credit cards.
  • Ok so im in 10th grade and my school has this thing for 11th and 12th graders where you leave school halfway through the day to go to this college education center type thing for the rest of the school day. So im thinking about signing up for next year. One of there programs is welding and iv always thought welding looked really cool. So basically i want to ask like how hard is welding in general? Also whats the highest paid type of welding? Iv heard it was underwater welding which i actually just got my open water scuba license last summer and i really like diving. Another thing i dont get for underwater welding is, how much would that actually be needed? Like dont they just do repairs an stuff? So i would assume theres not alot of work in that area? I live right on lake huron in Michigan about an hour from Detroit. And if underwater welding is the highest paid, about how much do they get paid?
  • I know $ might seem like your goal, but that will change. I promise. I have been welding for 10 years. I started money minded, but money doesn't leave much time for anything. Underwater welding is not as "pretty" as it seems. You will most likely be off in a foriegn country for months on end. You will be in the most hostile enviornment a welder and a diver could possibly be in. The things that can go wrong are too numorous to list here. If something does go wrong down in a dive your chances to survive are slim to none. Underwater welders make bank because of the 'Hazard" pay. The constant decompression and compression is terrible for your body and you can't do the job for too long. If you instist that you want this type of career, check out Oceaneering underwater welding training. I am unsure of the pay scale of a welder in your area but I can tell you that down here in Houston you can earn a very good living as a welder on land. But be warned... Welders work long hours. Production of welded and fabricated parts are always in demand and they(parts) are always due yesterday. For 10 years my work week has been 60+ hours and I work 7 days a week.Once you get your welding skills down there are other branches of welding you can go to that make an increased wage. Inspection, management and instructing are a few jobs that are good paying. I would suggest before you go all "shooting from the hip" on what will bring you the most $, you should do your research and remember that a trade/career is never fast easy cash in your pocket. A good paying career in welding takes time, training, expierance, hard work and most of all patience. Look before you leap, youngblood. Good luck...
  • Welding Questions And Answers
  • Under water welding is most difficult type of welding and there is high risk that you'll get crushed by the moving ship you are working on. You can make around 53K in a month. But this job is very dangerous and technical job, not something which anyone can learn easily.
  • "college education center type thing" does not equal welding but welding might be exactly what you want, but I think you need to seriously explore the consequences of your choices - SCUBA is wonderful - free swimming and exploring - but underwater welding is (in my limited knowledge) far more likely to be done with heavy protective equipment under dangerous conditions (heavy seas, cold water, considerable depth) probably breathing helium/oxygen mixtures while working on oil rigs and salvage operations. There is a reason such a welder might earn the 0.25M$ mentioned. There is a huge variety of welding tasks from working with heavy metal castings to delicate alloy tubes in race car suspensions to metal piping requiring restricted atmospheres and alloy welding wire to keep its strength.or chemical resistance. If you can, connect up with a local welding society or use the instructors in the course to connect with working welding firms that can expose you to working conditions for a range of tasks.
  • If you want to make a 1/4 million dollars a year straight out of high school fight tooth and nail for a 6G underwater certification. And qualify for every possible SCUBA certification. You're young, apparently smart, and there's ALWAYS $ in oil-work. Now GO GET IT!!!!!!!!! -John in Davenport, Iowa
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