Friday, September 11, 2015

Your College Job This Year

Alex is hiring.

Thank you all for your support, Academic Composition has grown a lot
because of you. This summer, we received plenty of help with regard to
both, writing papers and posting ads on CL. With your help, we were able to
expand the ranks of our writers and regular marketing contractors.

Despite this, we still need to replace one of our main full-time writers
who has gone off to law school. Although several applicants already look
very promising, we just cannot get enough help for the Fall semester. Quite
easily, we could well hire at least five full-time writers and dozens of
part-timers by the end of the year.

Our average full-time writer earns around $3,000 per month and our CL
part-timers easily bring in $200-400 per month with less than 10 hours of
work. The most regular marketing associates have the potential to earn over
a $1,000 per month in near future within 30 hours of work: that doesn't
even amount to a full 8 hour day per week.

For all of you who have already contacted us, please keep in touch. Most of
our clients will be back in school within a couple of weeks, the
high-season is just around the corner and it will soon be opportunities
Aleksey Bashtavenko
Academic Composition
Owner & Principal Writer
(540) 300-1253

1 comment:

Glen Filthie said...

Pass. I'd rather flip burgers. At least I could look myself in the mirror in the morning. These are those meat holes that make a business out of scribing and plagiarism, right?

There is capitalism and entrepreneurship - but this is just fuggin sleaze, Aaron. You are judged by the company you keep, and maybe you are good with snuggling up to creeps like that...but you make others look bad too. How can I take your recommendation for Davis Aurini, for example - when you are flogging shite like this? Do you honestly need their money that badly?

You're better than this, Captain. My advice to young men out there is that if you are seriously considering this - you probably shouldn't be in school in the first place. Go out, take a year off, work and party and live...and go back to school when you are ready to give it your best shot and you actually want to be there.