Vugar has worked as a taxi driver for five years. After finishing high school he served in the army, and after his term was over family circumstances prevented Vugar from attending a university: his mother was sick and he had to work to take care and support her. He is now 28 years old, married and has one child. He lives in Baku together with his mother and his young family. Vugar is a very hard working man, and he often works as a taxi cab driver deep into the night so that he can earn more money. He currently needs a loan of 1800 AZN so that he can repair his taxi cab. Currently the cab is broken and Vugar hasn't been able to work as of late.
Vugar uje 5 let kak rabotayet taxistom. Posle okonchaniya shkoli on poyexal v armiyu a posle armii on ne smog postupit v universitet tak kak yemu nujno bilo zarabativat dengi i soderjat svoyu mamu kotoraya boleyet. Vugar ochen trudolubiviy chelovek. On chasto rabotayet taxistom daje po nocham chtobi zarabotat bolshe priboli. Vugar seychas nujdayetsya v 1800 AZN chtobi pochenit svoyu mashinu tak kak on ne mojet seychas rabotat izza togo chto ona isporilas. Vugar 28 let on jenat i imeyet odnogo rebonka. Vugar jivet v Baku regione vmeste so sovyey mamoy, jenoy i rebonkom.
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