If someone paid you $50,000 a month to stay out of school for a year.... would you?

$50k a month... WHAT WOULD YOU DO?

  • Defer acceptance for a year and make some benjamins

    Votes: 196 77.8%
  • Screw med school!

    Votes: 28 11.1%
  • Forget about the money now and focus on becoming a doc!

    Votes: 28 11.1%

  • Total voters
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  • Poll closed .

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Well a close friend is making a ton of money and has offered a position making $40k - $50k a month with there. I am considering deferring medical school but I'm scared I will never leave the job. Also, my true dream is to be a doctor and not the money part (although that's something I'd like too). What would you do?
 

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GonnaBeAnMD said:
Well a close friend is making a ton of money and has offered a position making $40k - $50k a month with there. I am considering deferring medical school but I'm scared I will never leave the job. Also, my true dream is to be a doctor and not the money part (although that's something I'd like too). What would you do?



If you fear you wouldn't leave the job after a year, just go to med school and follow your true dream, becoming a Doctor. :thumbup:
 
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If you fear you wouldn't leave the job after a year, just go to med school and follow your true dream, becoming a Doctor. :thumbup:
It is my biggest fear
 

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If you made $50,000 a month, and that is $600,000 a year and you liked what you were doing, why the h*ll would you ever go to medical school? Then again, if you hated it why do it in the first place.
 

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GonnaBeAnMD said:
Well a close friend is making a ton of money and has offered a position making $40k - $50k a month with there. I am considering deferring medical school but I'm scared I will never leave the job. Also, my true dream is to be a doctor and not the money part (although that's something I'd like too). What would you do?

youve got to be kidding. that is the dumbest thing that i have ever heard in all my life. youre afraid youre not going to be able to leave the job? i mean really, are they chaining you to the desk? if you cant make an easy decision like this one, how ever will you survive as a dr? UUUUGGGHHHHHH!!!!!
 

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yeah. it'd be worth it to come out of med school without debt. unless of course you plan on living off of all that cash as you make it.
 
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Well a close friend is making a ton of money and has offered a position making $40k - $50k a month with there. I am considering deferring medical school but I'm scared I will never leave the job. Also, my true dream is to be a doctor and not the money part (although that's something I'd like too). What would you do?

40-50k per MONTH?? or per year. cuz that would actually make the answer less obvious.

if its per month, wtf is your supposed friend going to be doing???
 

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Per month? I'll change my answer from stay out for a year to stay out forever.
Per year? I'll take the money upfront, travel the world, relax, and begin the year anew.
 

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Looking for any employees?
 

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GonnaBeAnMD said:
Well a close friend is making a ton of money and has offered a position making $40k - $50k a month with there. I am considering deferring medical school but I'm scared I will never leave the job. Also, my true dream is to be a doctor and not the money part (although that's something I'd like too). What would you do?
if you don't take it, do you want to hand the job over to me?!!! I'd love to walk out of med school debt free and a homeowner.

Seriously, if you work for a year the glory of that money may wear off. If medical school still calls you, then you will go. I practically have to chain myself to my desk to make it to 5pm.
 

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Oh, per month! Well I chose 3 b/c I thought it was 50k a year (meaning you'd lose $150k - 300k future income), but per month I def say take a year off. I would go to med school after 1 or 2 years though. What is he doing, importing drugs?
 

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GonnaBeAnMD said:
Well a close friend is making a ton of money and has offered a position making $40k - $50k a month with there. I am considering deferring medical school but I'm scared I will never leave the job. Also, my true dream is to be a doctor and not the money part (although that's something I'd like too). What would you do?


Well it seems like a no brainer to me too.... :eek: but I think it depends on what this work entails. If it will make your life miserable or put you at odds with the law, etc ,etc etc... you may not want to do it.... sooo... share with us this secret job and maybe you can get some better advice :D
 

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GonnaBeAnMD said:
Well a close friend is making a ton of money and has offered a position making $40k - $50k a month with there. I am considering deferring medical school but I'm scared I will never leave the job. Also, my true dream is to be a doctor and not the money part (although that's something I'd like too). What would you do?
Is there a job attached with this? Because when I read the question, it appeared that I'd be just sitting around and not going to school and not working either. If that's the case, I could travel for a year and still have enough money to pay for med school! :)
 

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GonnaBeAnMD said:
It is my biggest fear
Wait… you fear changing your mind? You know you are allowed to change your mind, right?
 

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GonnaBeAnMD said:
Well a close friend is making a ton of money and has offered a position making $40k - $50k a month with there. I am considering deferring medical school but I'm scared I will never leave the job. Also, my true dream is to be a doctor and not the money part (although that's something I'd like too). What would you do?
$40k - $50k a month is chump change. I'm pulling $40k - $50k every ten minutes. By the time I am done with this post I will have banked 5G's. Get a real job.

FYI, you and/or your friend are completely filled with rotten dog poop. Believe me, no one is going to hand that kind of cash to recent grad.
 

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50k a month? I would guess it is either a sportsbook or drugs. or you friend is that guy in Nigeria that would send all those spam emails about helping him recover some inhereted fortune, but just needs your bank account to do it.
 

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50k a month? that guy in Nigeria that would send all those spam emails about helping him recover some inhereted fortune, but just needs your bank account to do it.
:laugh: VVVVVV:thumbup: :laugh:
 

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$40k - $50k a month is chump change. I'm pulling $40k - $50k every ten minutes. By the time I am done with this post I will have banked 5G's. Get a real job.

FYI, you and/or your friend are completely filled with rotten dog poop. Believe me, no one is going to hand that kind of cash to recent grad.

Actually, I wouldn't go that far. My friends knew this guy in NYC, that had this apartment on broadway, I think it was midtown (I am not the best with NYC geography). Him and his roomates would through sick parties all the time. Aparently, the guy got a job making well over 6 figures straight out of college. Another friend of mine made 300,000 his first year out of college, and the kid can be a pr*ck too. Seriously where is the justice in this world.
 

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the economy is recovering but not that fast... i seriously doubt the authenticity of this claim.






In the rarest of rarest of rare chance, this is true: take the GODDAMNN money!!!!
 

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50k per month? You can make that kind of money without finishing high school....

... then again, crack kills :laugh:
 

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50K/month? You're actually thinking about turning that down?
 

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man I'd do a LOT of things for $50K a month :rolleyes:

Take the damned job and pay off med school in the year off. Save some money to invest in real estate or have a financial planner take care of it for you while you're gonna be in school for the next 8-10 years.

During school use some of the money to live it up while you're young b/c once you get out you'll be too old/busy/responsible to enjoy it.
 

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Wow do you know what your expected family contribution would be if you applied for financial aid the next year? I'd like to see that.
 
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I am sorry but some people are very naive about the world. First of all, my degree does nothing as far as getting this position. The person offering me this position does not have a degree either. Many of his other employees who are making a killing (same as the offer I described) do not hold degrees. It is required that one has a degree to make money in this world.

Now, it's true that I won't be chained to the desk. However, making that much money may blind you to what really matters in the world. That's what I'm afraid of. You can make money and lose it in 10 years and then what? If I stay go ahead to medical school, I will be a doctor forever, and that's what will keep me happy, forever. I realize it's easy to say "you can leave after a year" but it's really not that easy when you're making that kind of money.

Regarding the job, it does not involve drugs or anything like that. It is legal. It's in the lines of finding people for this person to lend money to and getting a % of what he lends. It's called 'hard money'. This guy is 36 and made his money either by inheriting it or by making it unethically. I didn't ask. However, what he is doing right now is completely legal.

I see an overwhelming majority would take the money. But I'm not sure if they realize that it's not that easy to leave such an income. A bit confused here, but I will probably keep my eye on the ball and pursue my dream. :confused:
 

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I am sorry but some people are very naive about the world. First of all, my degree does nothing as far as getting this position. The person offering me this position does not have a degree either. Many of his other employees who are making a killing (same as the offer I described) do not hold degrees. It is required that one has a degree to make money in this world.

Now, it's true that I won't be chained to the desk. However, making that much money may blind you to what really matters in the world. That's what I'm afraid of. You can make money and lose it in 10 years and then what? If I stay go ahead to medical school, I will be a doctor forever, and that's what will keep me happy, forever. I realize it's easy to say "you can leave after a year" but it's really not that easy when you're making that kind of money.

Regarding the job, it does not involve drugs or anything like that. It is legal. It's in the lines of finding people for this person to lend money to and getting a % of what he lends. It's called 'hard money'. This guy is 36 and made his money either by inheriting it or by making it unethically. I didn't ask. However, what he is doing right now is completely legal.

I see an overwhelming majority would take the money. But I'm not sure if they realize that it's not that easy to leave such an income. A bit confused here, but I will probably keep my eye on the ball and pursue my dream. :confused:
First off, I seriously doubt the authenticity of the claim. 50K a month for a recent grad is unheard of and unless your dad is a CEO of a Fortune 500 company and hooking you up with a job I don't see how you can legally make that kind of coin.

Plus since you're being so vague I'm betting the post is BS but what the hell, I've got some time to kill. Take the job for a year and pay off your debt. Don't cry about being "blinded" about not wanting to practice medicine. If you still have the desire for medical school then that;s great. If not probably means you weren't that dedicate to begin with and it wasn't really your thing. Either way it's a win win situation as you'll either have a well paying job for a long time or you will have a whole lot of money to pay for medical school.

But from your vague description sounds like this guy is just some thug loan shark or something. "Finding" people to just loan money to. Hah. That's such bull, what about banks and mortagage companies huh? How come people working their aren't pulling that kind of income.
 

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uh, that'd be a HELLYEAH. unless it was something that made me miserable. then it'd be a no.
 
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First off, I seriously doubt the authenticity of the claim. 50K a month for a recent grad is unheard of and unless your dad is a CEO of a Fortune 500 company and hooking you up with a job I don't see how you can legally make that kind of coin.

Plus since you're being so vague I'm betting the post is BS but what the hell, I've got some time to kill. Take the job for a year and pay off your debt. Don't cry about being "blinded" about not wanting to practice medicine. If you still have the desire for medical school then that;s great. If not probably means you weren't that dedicate to begin with and it wasn't really your thing. Either way it's a win win situation as you'll either have a well paying job for a long time or you will have a whole lot of money to pay for medical school.

But from your vague description sounds like this guy is just some thug loan shark or something. "Finding" people to just loan money to. Hah. That's such bull, what about banks and mortagage companies huh? How come people working their aren't pulling that kind of income.
You don't need to be the son of a Fortune 500 company to make that money... And it's a very valid concern to have to be blinded to what's important in life. I'm sorry that you don't see that but you obviously haven't experienced anything like it and won't for that matter.

Mortgages? Banks? Who said they're not making this kind of money? They make it in much larger magnitude.

It's not B.S. My friends are buying $3 million places here in NYC doing this. It's not B.S. It's just the side of the world that you're not aware of.

I am going to consider this decision for a very long time, because believe me, it's not something that will last forever. It's a hit and run kinda deal, where you work for 5 years max and it's over. Then what? You got some stuff to learn.
 

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You don't need to be the son of a Fortune 500 company to make that money... And it's a very valid concern to have to be blinded to what's important in life. I'm sorry that you don't see that but you obviously haven't experienced anything like it and won't for that matter.

Mortgages? Banks? Who said they're not making this kind of money? They make it in much larger magnitude.

It's not B.S. My friends are buying $3 million places here in NYC doing this. It's not B.S. It's just the side of the world that you're not aware of.

I am going to consider this decision for a very long time, because believe me, it's not something that will last forever. It's a hit and run kinda deal, where you work for 5 years max and it's over. Then what? You got some stuff to learn.

Umm, making over half a million a year without using a degree is too good to be true. Half a million for any job is serious cash so please quit trying to act like it's not big deal. And damn straight Im not going to experience anything like that because this job doesn't exist.

But your vague descriptions sounds strange. Your boss needs you to find people to loan money to? How stupid is that? Ever hear of placing a couple of ads? And besides, why would he pay 50K a month when he could get you to do the job for even 25K a month. I mean 300K a year is not chump change.

And besides, you say yourself its a 5 year thing at most. If thats the case do it for a year and then go to school because the job WON'T LAST FOREVER.

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It's not as easy as placing an ad. There is more to it. Anyway, I realize that it's a very appealing offer. And I highly doubt it will last longer than 5 years if that. It is serious money and I am giving it serious thought. It's just that I am afraid of getting into it and away from my true dream and in 10 years, regretting the hell out of it (that's the evil side of money). I just wanted to see what some of you would do. We shall see, but I'm leaning towards taking advantage of the blessing to have the chance to be a doc, and worrying about making money later. We will see how it goes and I'll keep you posted.
 

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he wouldn't happen to be delivering what he thinks are implements to unlock doors, would he? :rolleyes:
 
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i can't believe you would even THINK about taking this job. I mean, if you REALLY wanted to be a doctor, then u wouldnt let ANYTHING stand in your way. i don't know about you, but I dont care how much anyone paid me, I would not postpone going into medical school any more. Plus, if you are even thinking about taking it, it means you only care about the money; and if you think it'll stray u away from your "true calling", then i guess you're not THAT sure you want to go into medicine. Jeez, I can't believe you even call yourself a pre-med while doubting if you'll even end up going into medicine.
 

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melimi said:
i can't believe you would even THINK about taking this job. I mean, if you REALLY wanted to be a doctor, then u wouldnt let ANYTHING stand in your way. i don't know about you, but I dont care how much anyone paid me, I would not postpone going into medical school any more. Plus, if you are even thinking about taking it, it means you only care about the money; and if you think it'll stray u away from your "true calling", then i guess you're not THAT sure you want to go into medicine. Jeez, I can't believe you even call yourself a pre-med while doubting if you'll even end up going into medicine.
It is only 12 months, one year. I have a year off anyhow and am not making anything. Would I take this job, yes. Why not? For twelve months of my time, I can ensure that I can focus attentively on school without having to worry about finances during medical school. I would take that job, I would invest the money, and I would enjoy the lifestyle it would afford me during med school.
 

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melimi said:
i can't believe you would even THINK about taking this job. I mean, if you REALLY wanted to be a doctor, then u wouldnt let ANYTHING stand in your way. i don't know about you, but I dont care how much anyone paid me, I would not postpone going into medical school any more. Plus, if you are even thinking about taking it, it means you only care about the money; and if you think it'll stray u away from your "true calling", then i guess you're not THAT sure you want to go into medicine. Jeez, I can't believe you even call yourself a pre-med while doubting if you'll even end up going into medicine.
Medical school will always be there. You can always go to school and learn. This job opportunity is once in a life time kind of situation. I don't see why it's so hard for you to view anything outside your tunnel vision. There's more to life than medical school. Your accusations of someone caring only about money are presumptious. Can't you want money and still want to be a physician? Get over your idealistic self already...
 
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i can't believe you would even THINK about taking this job. I mean, if you REALLY wanted to be a doctor, then u wouldnt let ANYTHING stand in your way. i don't know about you, but I dont care how much anyone paid me, I would not postpone going into medical school any more. Plus, if you are even thinking about taking it, it means you only care about the money; and if you think it'll stray u away from your "true calling", then i guess you're not THAT sure you want to go into medicine. Jeez, I can't believe you even call yourself a pre-med while doubting if you'll even end up going into medicine.
:laugh: You're funny
 

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sounds cool man, forget medicine, take the job...the money u make in 5 yrs will set you for life
 

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It's not as easy as placing an ad. There is more to it. Anyway, I realize that it's a very appealing offer. And I highly doubt it will last longer than 5 years if that. It is serious money and I am giving it serious thought. It's just that I am afraid of getting into it and away from my true dream and in 10 years, regretting the hell out of it (that's the evil side of money). I just wanted to see what some of you would do. We shall see, but I'm leaning towards taking advantage of the blessing to have the chance to be a doc, and worrying about making money later. We will see how it goes and I'll keep you posted.
Dude take the job!!! Even if only for 4 -5 months, that will PAY for your medical school in cash. And trust me, if you really want to be a doctor you won't have any trouble leaving the job. After all, If you've had the drive and determination to make it to medical school, do you really think you will give it up? I don't believe you are even considering not taking this. Most people would kill for a chance to leave medical school debt free.
 
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good to know someone here is smart enough to know what sarcasm is
I don't think it was sarcasm... I just think you're funny. I'm not surprised at the response either, many people - particularly in medicine - have that mentality as your previous post. Anyway, maybe I'll take it but I am leaning towards not. They say money is evil... and you know why that's a famous saying among the rich? Because it makes you blind to what is important (your sig. other, kids, EDUCATION, etc.) I'll have to make sure that doesn't happen to me>>> Thanks all :thumbup:
 

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Well a close friend is making a ton of money and has offered a position making $40k - $50k a month with there. I am considering deferring medical school but I'm scared I will never leave the job. Also, my true dream is to be a doctor and not the money part (although that's something I'd like too). What would you do?
if your true dream is to be a doc, test it by taking the job for a while to see if the dream lasts. if it doesnt, it wasnt meant to be. dont pass up this opportunity though; unlike med school, you may not be able to defer it until whenever. if you end up liking the job a lot, theres nothing wrong with sticking with it. making that kind of money means youre probably doing a lot of good and serving many people (assuming its legit), even if its not in medicine. the position may even give you experience that will help you elsewhere in life, perhaps in medicine.
 

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Why can't this thread just die? The OP smacks of troll to me. Even if he's not, then "the guy" he knows is trying to scam him with stories of big money fast. Why would a legitament lender hire bozo know-nothings with no experience to "find" patrons and pay them a percentage that adds up to $500k per year. That means you'd have to land a million bucks in loans each month if he was giving you almost all of the interest on the loans. Does that make sense or sound reasonable? The big borrowers certainly wouldn't go to your "boss" if he was charging enough in interest to pay you that much and make more for himself than the stockmarket would give him. The president and CEO of Branch Bank and Trust, one of the biggest bank chains in my part of the country doesn't make that much. No legitimate lender will pay that much to someone with no experience or degree in the field. The OP is a troll or painfully ignorant. Please let this thread die.
 
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Why can't this thread just die? The OP smacks of troll to me. Even if he's not, then "the guy" he knows is trying to scam him with stories of big money fast. Why would a legitament lender hire bozo know-nothings with no experience to "find" patrons and pay them a percentage that adds up to $500k per year. That means you'd have to land a million bucks in loans each month if he was giving you almost all of the interest on the loans. Does that make sense or sound reasonable? The big borrowers certainly wouldn't go to your "boss" if he was charging enough in interest to pay you that much and make more for himself than the stockmarket would give him. The president and CEO of Branch Bank and Trust, one of the biggest bank chains in my part of the country doesn't make that much. No legitimate lender will pay that much to someone with no experience or degree in the field. The OP is a troll or painfully ignorant. Please let this thread die.
You have a lot to learn in the real world and it'll hit you hard when you enter it. Why would he hire me? I'm his friend genious. Yes, you make more than the president of a branch bank, but it's temporary, unlike a bank position. Trolling and ignorance is written all over your post... one day you'll enter the real world and see life isn't what you think. But then again, your name is dopaminophile, under that your user title says "nerd extraordinaire" and under that is your avatar - a molecule. Get out of science once in a while and experience new things in life. Sounds to me it hurts when you read this thread :laugh:
To the others, your opinions are strongly taken into consideration. I still have til Aug. and being he's a good friend I'll ask him if he'll do me the favor of letting me work from now til August. If I really like it, then I guess I can defer . ;)
 

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GonnaBeAnMD said:
You have a lot to learn in the real world and it'll hit you hard when you enter it. Why would he hire me? I'm his friend genious. Yes, you make more than the president of a branch bank, but it's temporary, unlike a bank position. Trolling and ignorance is written all over your post... one day you'll enter the real world and see life isn't what you think. But then again, your name is dopaminophile, under that your user title says "nerd extraordinaire" and under that is your avatar - a molecule. Get out of science once in a while and experience new things in life. Sounds to me it hurts when you read this thread :laugh:
To the others, your opinions are strongly taken into consideration. I still have til Aug. and being he's a good friend I'll ask him if he'll do me the favor of letting me work from now til August. If I really like it, then I guess I can defer . ;)
:thumbup: Trolling accusations are too frequent
 

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GonnaBeAnMD-I second everything you say. I would experience the real world before med school...if it is truly what you want, then you will have no problem leaving the job, regardless of the pay. If you work for a year, make bank, then you can easily put it towards your medical school tuition, that, or you can just put some 22's on your ride.