I Make More Money Here Than At That Bank

The Logical Indian

June 29th, 2015 / 11:34 AM

“I used to work in the verification department at a bank, but after I had the baby I took a break. Once he was a little grown up, I knew that I wanted to do something that would allow me to work and be with the baby at the same time– so I chose to sell sweet corn. A lot of people think that it’s a decline from my previous job, but believe it or not I make more money here than at that bank. Also it isn’t always about the money and life isn’t always about doing what looks good to society — sometimes you have to block out what people say and do what’s right for you and your family.”

Via Humans of Bombay


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