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Old 24-02-2021, 01:19 PM
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Community college in the US is far, far better than SIM UOL.

CC can transfer to state flagship, even unis that are above our NUS such as UCLA, berkeley and Cornell.

Who recognise SIM UOL cert? LOL
Imagine trying to transfer to even a Brown University with your UOLSIM toilet paper degree. The head of admissions probably uses it to wipe his bum when he runs out of paper in the loo.

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Imagine trying to transfer to even a Brown University with your UOLSIM toilet paper degree. The head of admissions probably uses it to wipe his bum when he runs out of paper in the loo.
Fk, SIMs really are bottom of society. Even community college is leaps and bounds ahead. Btw, kids in America laugh at you if you go to CC. Idk how SIMs don't kill themselves lol.

Btw, I expect SIM doggy himself to make an entrance here soon

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My ex-colleague got no degree. But now she's a consultant earning more than $8000 at 33. Her secret is she is very pretty and good soft skills, ex SIA-stewardess. Job-hopped around various banks and insurance companies gaining experience and pay increments until her current job in a professional services MNC.
After that, she took a DL of 10 months to obtain a degree from Southern Cross University.

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My ex-colleague got no degree. But now she's a consultant earning more than $8000 at 33. Her secret is she is very pretty and good soft skills, ex SIA-stewardess. Job-hopped around various banks and insurance companies gaining experience and pay increments until her current job in a professional services MNC.
After that, she took a DL of 10 months to obtain a degree from Southern Cross University.
Aiyo put half ball and let bosses and clients piak still only 8k, like not worth leh
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Aiyo put half ball and let bosses and clients piak still only 8k, like not worth leh
Nah, her clients are all women. She's got many rich guys chasing her, so no need to seduce clients. She works very long hours, which I know because she's always sending emails at night.

I knew sexist people like you would say that. Yeah right, as though any men will be so stupid as to piak colleagues or vendors and risk getting whistle-blown at work and then losing their cushy jobs. Might as well go Geylang.
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Nah, her clients are all women. She's got many rich guys chasing her, so no need to seduce clients. She works very long hours, which I know because she's always sending emails at night.

I knew sexist people like you would say that. Yeah right, as though any men will be so stupid as to piak colleagues or vendors and risk getting whistle-blown at work and then losing their cushy jobs. Might as well go Geylang.
Haha, don't kid yourself jus cos she never let you ram her hard
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Haha, don't kid yourself jus cos she never let you ram her hard
Haha, you know nothing about my industry. Our clients are HR Managers, and HR as you should know is almost 99% women. Secondly, our clients are overseas in APAC. And lastly, I'm female, and not a lesbian, so no thanks. You're just so insecure that you think every time women do well in career, it's because of their looks.
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Haha, you know nothing about my industry. Our clients are HR Managers, and HR as you should know is almost 99% women. Secondly, our clients are overseas in APAC. And lastly, I'm female, and not a lesbian, so no thanks. You're just so insecure that you think every time women do well in career, it's because of their looks.
LOL chey mercenary RECRUITMENT consultant talk until got dragon got phoenix.
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LOL chey mercenary RECRUITMENT consultant talk until got dragon got phoenix.
Nope, wrong again. We are in the Health and Compensation consulting field. HR=/=hiring people only la. The pay's good for a relatively simple job.
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Nope, wrong again. We are in the Health and Compensation consulting field. HR=/=hiring people only la. The pay's good for a relatively simple job.
So you feel proud to be working in a meaningless role? You should be the model example for all SIM trash to aspire to.
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