This is likely...and may be...too personal of a question for some. But, my curiosity has been peaked as to how each of us come by the funds we use to get our computers/gaming devices/games/movies...etc., etc., etc. So, no one need feel compelled to answer in any specific way. As for myself, for over 20 years beginning in 1984, I made my living doing home/business remodeling and repairs. I'd probably still be doing it except that I was becoming too overwhelmed with requests...and even demands...from customers wanting ME to do everything myself or to at least be 'on the job' everyday with those I hired to work with and for me. That was simply an impossibility. So, in 2004, I went to work for Pizza Hut making deliveries. I actually enjoyed the job, made good tips...most of the time...and enjoyed meeting new people and going home with some cash in my pocket every night. And, this, too, I'd probably still be doing except that, three years ago the chain decided that no one should work more than 29 hours per week. This was to avoid having to pay insurance, vacations, and any other benefits that would normally go to "full time workers." So, three years ago this coming November, I applied for a job at the local Honda dealership. At first I was hired as a valet on the service drive. This involved simply parking customers cars and then retrieving them for the customer once the service was completed. There were other things that I was asked to do as well. The dealership provides a shuttle service that provides transportation for customers up to 10 miles from the dealership. Customers could be taken home, to work, to school, or even to do some shopping nearby while their vehicle was being serviced. I drove the shuttle on an 'as needed' basis. This position lasted about 10 months. Two years ago this month, I was transferred to and promoted to Master Porter. This position mainly involves checking in the new vehicles as they arrive and keeping the sales lot organized. But, there are many other things that it involves on an "as needed" basis. Such as, delivering and/or picking up vehicles. (In some cases, as far as 150+ miles in one direction.) I do work full-time, M-F, and every other Saturday for 4-5 hours. There has never been any complaint from management about any of the overtime pay I have gotten. Also, at present, I get 80 hours vacation and 40 hours sick leave per year. After another year, I believe the vacation pay will add another 40 hours per year. Additionally, a 401-K program is in place and I'm participating in that. The job is fairly easy, I have a golf cart to drive around since the sales lot, and overstock area, is quite vast...although I do walk when I get an opportunity. It's also a nice side benefit that I live only 5 miles from where I'm presently working. So, my commute to and from work is usually only a 15 minute drive. Although I'm old enough to have retired, I'm also quite happy with a regular schedule to keep me from getting rusty...and probably really cranky in my old age. And, retirement income would probably have to go mostly to day-to-day necessities. This job allows me to spend some money on things I enjoy doing....eating out all the time, video games and related items, photography related things....etc. So...again, no one need be anywhere near as specific as what I've been....or even answer at all. But, essentially, how to you make your living?