Quote (Greapper @ Jun 21 2012 12:24am)
33k a year...
If you're single you could manage to get by.
Don't expect to have any savings.
Depends where he lives.
Quote (Witcher2Sucks @ Jun 21 2012 12:24am)
It would average out to be less than 30k a year.
If he has to support anybody but himself it is shit.
Even by himself its pretty shit.
After taxes it is less than 30k, yes. But again it depends where he lives.
Assuming you have no student loans and are single, where I'm from you could buy a house, a car, pay insurance(home/car)/utilites and still probably save at least 200-300 a month. If you have a family to support, your spouse/significant other may have to get a part time job for the extra expenses though.
If that is starting wage and you get full benefits, definitely worth taking.