After an engineer admitted to looking for a second job at an Apple shop, NASA’s salary has been questioned.

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After an engineer admitted to looking for a second job at an Apple shop, NASA’s salary has been questioned.

Many in the comments section were surprised that someone who works for such a high-profile firm would need a second job, despite the fact that she does not reveal her NASA salary or cost of living.

After claiming she was looking for a second job because she needed “more money,” a NASA employee stirred an online controversy.

Kelly, a NASA engineer who went by the handle @sexybabypartygirl before deactivating her account overnight, is a TikTok user who has admitted to looking for a part-time work at jewelry giant Tiffany’s.

In a later video, she also stated that the Texas native not only got the job as a “operations person” at the company, but that she also applied for a job at the Apple store.

“I enjoy my job at NASA since we are well compensated,” she remarked. All I need is a little more cash.

“I’m not looking for a new work – like a full-time job – but my rent is high, I have college loans, I have auto loans, and I like to save a lot of money, so.”

More than 3.2 million people have watched the video.

Many in the comments section were surprised that someone who works for such a high-profile firm would need a second job, despite the fact that she does not reveal her NASA salary or cost of living.

“If someone who works at NASA needs a second job, I have no hope for my future,” one person remarked.

“I know y’all think NASA is awesome,” one person remarked, “but it’s a government job like many others that doesn’t pay astronomically.”

Kelly, on the other hand, went into further detail about the need for extra cash, explaining that she wanted to generate more money so she could visit her relatives in Wisconsin.

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“I obtained my chemical engineering degree from Wisconsin – would not recommend,” she continued.

She was offered both the Tiffany and the Apple jobs, but selected the latter, so she is now a “technical specialist in a retail store.”

The average annual income for a NASA engineer in Houston is (dollar)87,880 (£65,362), according to a job search conducted by LadBible using the engine ZipRecruiter. Meanwhile, the national average is (dollar)95,114 (£70,743).

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