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Today 06:42 PM
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Earn so much money got what use

Quality of life improves a lot from 3k to 6k salary but there are diminishing returns

100k salary and 1m salary got lifestyle difference meh? You still only have 24 hours a day.
wah dumbest thing ive read on here so far

u got degree? haha i diploma, no diff bro we both got paper
u got house? haha im in prison, no diff bro we both got roof over our head
u got car? haha i got bicycle, no diff bro we both get from point A to point B


LOL so stupid..... when you're so stupid that u try to troll but u end up revealing your actual intellectual. amazing.
Today 05:07 PM
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Anyone knows what unique traits from the pymetric test is PwC looking out for in candidates
Look out for candidates who are willing to OT, work during lunch, work during weekends and PHs and will say yes to extra workload. Hope this clarifies thx
Today 04:00 PM
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not to mention the building's security is so bad they don't even have proper gate access
Ikr feels damn slummy man
Today 03:43 PM
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Employees care, clients care. Even JPM is moving from atas Capital Tower to brand new Capitaspring. KPMG still suffering in 50 year old hong leong tower. Hope the lift don't break down har.
not to mention the building's security is so bad they don't even have proper gate access
Today 03:41 PM
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If you are not trolling, then you seriously lack imagination.

Of course there is a huge lifestyle difference between 100k and 1m.

If you want to continue eating $3 cai png when you earn 1m then be my guest.
ikr better to cry in a Ferrari car than in mrt
Today 02:54 PM
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Employees care, clients care. Even JPM is moving from atas Capital Tower to brand new Capitaspring. KPMG still suffering in 50 year old hong leong tower. Hope the lift don't break down har.
Is that why we are losing clients. Jialat
Today 02:46 PM
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Employees care, clients care. Even JPM is moving from atas Capital Tower to brand new Capitaspring. KPMG still suffering in 50 year old hong leong tower. Hope the lift don't break down har.
there's a reason why JPM earns JPM salaries, while KPMG earns...well, KPMG salaries. Lol
Today 02:40 PM
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yong tao foo good.

Who cares about run down building. Only stupid fresh grads care about this kind of things like as though it matters. At the end of the day, still slaving over peanut salaries for fat cat partners & wanna be ballcarrying SMs
Employees care, clients care. Even JPM is moving from atas Capital Tower to brand new Capitaspring. KPMG still suffering in 50 year old hong leong tower. Hope the lift don't break down har.
Today 02:37 PM
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Is having a better office or higher pay better?
For auditors who spend day and night working, perhaps a better office is better? It is as good as your home! As you go higher up the ranks, the pay difference becomes negligible in proportion of your salary.
Today 02:35 PM
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Pymetric test

Anyone knows what unique traits from the pymetric test is PwC looking out for in candidates
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