How much money would a person spend in a lifetime?
that kinda depends on how much money they've made throughout their live, or if they robbed a bank
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I am currently an electrical engineer. I started working in 1974. I am now 51 years old. If I retire at age 62 I estimate I will earn 40.8 million dollars in my lifetime. a…haha yeah ok so you make a million/year? yeah right. besides, this doesn't help the question in any way, shape, or form. if you really do make that much then you are far from an average person, whom the asker was inquiring about. you didn't even bother to mention any statistics or numbers for any widespread demographic so why even post anything at all-just to show off and inflate your internet ego? that being said, from the other sites I've read through there's a general consensus somewhere a little over 2 million in a lifetime without calculating the deduction of taxes. If you've gone to college and obtained a degree you'll make significantly more, assuming favorable circumstances. If you haven't you'll likely come out much lower and balance out the numbers. http://usgovinfo.about.com/library/weekly/aa072602a.htm --- this site had a great breakdown of numbers and facts, if anyone wanted to sate a little deeper curiosity on the subject of earnings and schooling. An average person doesn't earn as much as this person is talking about, he shouldn't have even put this. He is just lying and bragging. I disagree. He is right. I have estimated that by the time I am 65, I would have earned about 70million dollars. I know it sounds great, but one must take off taxes, buying a house and everything else!! Let's put this into perspective! If you worked 50 years of your life and you started when you were 17, averaged $100,000 per year you would have earned $5,000,000 (5 million), and if you were making $150,000 when you retired and your retirement paid you 75% of your ending salary ($150,000x.75=112,500). If you live until you are 85--18 years after you retire--that would give you an additional $2,025,000, just a little over 7 million earned in a life that is not only long but also enjoyed living well above the average income. In short- you could not make $70 million or even $40 million in your lifetime unless you were making 3 million a year for around 20 years--in which case you would not be discussing it here with the rest of us average people. I think I will stick to around $2.5 million!
Around $2 700 000 if you work until you die. If you retire at 65 then around $2 025 000. These amounts don't include possible debt and inheritance from friends, family etc. an…d these amounts assume you spend every penny you make. . Open in Google Docs Viewer . Open link in new tab . Open link in new window . Open link in new incognito window . Download file . Copy link address . Edit PDF File on PDFescape.com .
An average person might spend $300-600$ a week or day for me a day!
It can vary. It depends on: . how long you live . your lifestyle . the weather . if you have kids . if you have lots of windows . if you care that you have lots of wind…ows . if you live in a nudist colony An estimate: If the only time you spend naked is when you're in the shower or getting dressed, if you live to be 80 years old you will probably spend about 10,600 hours or roughly 1 year and 2 months naked. (This includes baths as a kid, too.)
Approximately four years. Do the math: Average 10 minutes a day x 7 days in a week x 365 days in a year x 80 years / 60 (convert to hours) / 24 (days) Above math is false: Ca…meron calculated the average time in a weekbeing 70 minutes and multiplied it by the number of days there arein a year, thusly creating a timeframe 7 times too big. Cba tocorrect.
The time on a telephone varies drastically according to technological status and from culture to culture.. From 0 (those without phones - and there still are billions of peop…le who do not have a phone) to probably one tenth of a lifetime (there could be some hundred thousand who attain that level).. So an "average" is not very meaningful.
Answer Well. It depends if your sexually active. If you don't have a partner, then there's a possibility that you don't make out much. If you DO have a partner, then there's …the possibility that you spend some of your time kissing. Answer I don't know if any statistics have ever been compiled on this exact thing. If there has been, I do believe that the percent of a person's lifetime spent kissing would actually be quite low. With only a few exceptions, most people don't have an available partner for a great many years of their life. Even those that do have a long term partner, the majority of their time is usually spent sleeping, working or going to school, tending to their hygiene, tending to their household chores, tending to their personal business (shopping, paying bills, doctor appointments, etc.), with only a few minutes to an hour or so spent actually kissing. The general population, taken on an overall basis, including those who have had not partner(s), those that have had a few partners, those that have had short term partners, and those who have had long term partners, the percentage of time spent kissing would likely be less than 1% of the time.
An average person spends 3 years of there life at a stoplite.
it really depends on which car you have. search it up
the average person spends 14 days of their life kissing
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the rest of their life unless parole kicks in
69.1666667 minutes. 415,000,000 (average blinks in a life time) x .00001 (seconds taken to blink)
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say you smoked the most popular brand,marlboros. then say you smoked the average amount people do,a pack a day. you'd pay around $5 a pack $35 a week. $140 a month and $1825 …a year.
1/2 years or more. If you have bladder issues could be up to 4 years.