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Old 10-09-2019, 07:38 PM
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I was really caring about the school/grade when I hire fresh grad. Never thinking about SIM. I believe there are still a lot hire manager think the same way now. But after 20 years, my mindset changed completely when I saw all of my top student classmate cant achieve similar level to some of lower grade classmate. It is not they could not do well, but it is because they are doing too well and stuck there and not take risk to pursue other opportunities. SIM gives an opportunity for those failed in O/A level to pursue their passion or show their strength in other field. Jack Ma failed 3 times to enroll uni, but now how many top students are working for him.

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I was really caring about the school/grade when I hire fresh grad. Never thinking about SIM. I believe there are still a lot hire manager think the same way now. But after 20 years, my mindset changed completely when I saw all of my top student classmate cant achieve similar level to some of lower grade classmate. It is not they could not do well, but it is because they are doing too well and stuck there and not take risk to pursue other opportunities. SIM gives an opportunity for those failed in O/A level to pursue their passion or show their strength in other field. Jack Ma failed 3 times to enroll uni, but now how many top students are working for him.
Totally agree. some students their el more powderful. Some less powderful. But it does not mean that the more powderful el will achieve less in life

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a lot of daft people from ntu/nus with that loser mentality of theirs and crying like a baby will suffer badly in the workforce when they get out. That petty arugments and superior mindset over students from private unis will be the very reason why they cant make it out there. They fully deserved to be managed by people from private unis to learn that degrees are not everything. hard truths

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a lot of daft people from ntu/nus with that loser mentality of theirs and crying like a baby will suffer badly in the workforce when they get out. That petty arugments and superior mindset over students from private unis will be the very reason why they cant make it out there. They fully deserved to be managed by people from private unis to learn that degrees are not everything. hard truths
a lot of daft people from*sim-uol*with that loser mentality of theirs and crying like a baby will suffer badly in the workforce when they get out. That petty arugments and superior mindset over students from public unis will be the very reason why they cant make it out there. They fully deserved to be managed by people from public unis to learn that degrees are not everything. hard truths
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a lot of daft people from*sim-uol*with that loser mentality of theirs and crying like a baby will suffer badly in the workforce when they get out. That petty arugments and superior mindset over students from public unis will be the very reason why they cant make it out there. They fully deserved to be managed by people from public unis to learn that degrees are not everything. hard truths
Now economy so bad. Heard many sim students cannot get jobs. A lot of them open legs and be escorts. Go sammyboy and see u will know. I personally bonked about40 sim girls this year already and with bad times they only charge $200. With such bad times all the jobs will go to nus and ntu students. Sim students have no choice but to open legs!


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Now economy so bad. Heard many sim students cannot get jobs. A lot of them open legs and be escorts. Go sammyboy and see u will know. I personally bonked about40 sim girls this year already and with bad times they only charge $200. With such bad times all the jobs will go to nus and ntu students. Sim students have no choice but to open legs!
Bro can sic?

Would like to alleviate their unemployment situation.

I pity the non chiobus and males graduating from sim
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Old 21-09-2019, 10:06 AM
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Just graduated this year with starting pay 3-4k, global MNC headquartered in London.
Flexible work schedule but need to pay for your own transport, I bought my PMD for $600 but already paid for it within a week.
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lol, this reply says alot about the calibre of NUS/NTU students...come i clap for you you hopeless kid.
good luck to you, you will need it
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lol, this reply says alot about the calibre of NUS/NTU students...come i clap for you you hopeless kid.
good luck to you, you will need it
Did you conveniently leave out the parent comment from which this caricature was drafted from? 😂😂
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a lot of daft people from ntu/nus with that loser mentality of theirs and crying like a baby will suffer badly in the workforce when they get out. That petty arugments and superior mindset over students from private unis will be the very reason why they cant make it out there. They fully deserved to be managed by people from private unis to learn that degrees are not everything. hard truths
lol, this reply says alot about the calibre of SIM-UOL students...come i clap for you you hopeless kid.
good luck to you, you will need it
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