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Did you work for years to get vocational training or a college degree that’s just not paying off?

As someone with a humanities degree, I know that while advanced education is critical for moving ahead in life, it doesn’t always pay off with a good salary. Easier paths to financial success are often right in front of us.

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Take for instance, what the average director level or higher can earn in our organization, versus someone in a skilled occupation* who received a very narrow scope of training:

Entry Level Director: Earn up to $9,000 a year, including advancement bonuses, just for spending a couple hours a week referring customers!

Looking for a faster way to pay off debt? Refer a handful of customers and you’re on your way!

Mid Level Director:  Earn up to $19,200 of residual income every year, plus advancement bonuses.

When you consider that the average full time WalMart cashier earns $19,810 while standing on her feet at an 8-hour day job, this kind of residual income isn’t too shabby, especially considering that you get to work from home on your own schedule.

Advanced Director: Earn up to $60,000 of residual income annually, in addition to $10,000± in bonuses when you work this as a full-time business.

Your average monthly income will grow as you advance in our organization. When you consider that the average high school teacher only earns around $55,990 after accumulating years of advanced education and student loan debt, becoming a senior level director is a much faster track to financial freedom than someone who must work for decades to receive a meagre teacher’s retirement salary.

Top Level Director: As an executive level director at this company, you can expect to earn an average annual income of $1.2 million, plus up to $20,000 in potential bonuses.

Executive level directors excel at what they do for our company and their income reflects it — unlike a doctor of internal medicine, who earns on average just $189,480 after many years of training, residency and hundreds of thousands of dollars in student loans.

When you compare earnings at our Inc. 500 company, versus what people in traditional occupations make, there’s just no comparison. This is not some “get rich quick” scheme. It is a legitimate business opportunity with a simpler and quicker way to earn an honest living, without going into debt or waiting years for financial payback.

If you’re ready to run with this opportunity, contact us today!

*Salary comparisons as found in the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics May 2010 National Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates Report

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