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10-02-2022 03:55 PM
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I'm 40 and might just take up another 4 year degree with $2.2k monthly allowance to pursue this...do you feel young now? hahaha
Jiayou!!!!!!
10-02-2022 03:50 PM
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i am 29 this year, although im financially stable with no debts , i think im gonna be considered old by the time i finished 4 years of degree. Sadly i took a longer education path and graduated in 2021. I did some research and saw that to go into physiotherapy course is not easy and needs to be in a related diploma course.

Although my passion is to go physiotherapy or geriatric, its going to be tough. Best i can think of is to go on a massage/sports massage therapy course to aid in relieving pain on others.
I started my working life at 30, donít ask me why
Completed my distance learning IT degree at 34

Just do it bro if got no family commitment yet. Yolo.
10-02-2022 12:13 PM
Cleinad
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i am 29 this year, although im financially stable with no debts , i think im gonna be considered old by the time i finished 4 years of degree. Sadly i took a longer education path and graduated in 2021. I did some research and saw that to go into physiotherapy course is not easy and needs to be in a related diploma course.

Although my passion is to go physiotherapy or geriatric, its going to be tough. Best i can think of is to go on a massage/sports massage therapy course to aid in relieving pain on others.
I'm 40 and might just take up another 4 year degree with $2.2k monthly allowance to pursue this...do you feel young now? hahaha
08-02-2022 12:14 PM
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When you are young, pls follow your heart

i am 29 this year, although im financially stable with no debts , i think im gonna be considered old by the time i finished 4 years of degree. Sadly i took a longer education path and graduated in 2021. I did some research and saw that to go into physiotherapy course is not easy and needs to be in a related diploma course.

Although my passion is to go physiotherapy or geriatric, its going to be tough. Best i can think of is to go on a massage/sports massage therapy course to aid in relieving pain on others.
08-02-2022 09:23 AM
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I only realized i had an interest in physiotherapy at my final year of uni. All this time, i just studied engineering without interest because it has a wide job opportunity. But i dont think i will go through another years of study.
When you are young, pls follow your heart
08-02-2022 09:15 AM
Unregistered I only realized i had an interest in physiotherapy at my final year of uni. All this time, i just studied engineering without interest because it has a wide job opportunity. But i dont think i will go through another years of study.
08-02-2022 08:12 AM
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Don't apologise to such arrogance. u'll also come across such toxic behaviour in your workplace - best to learn how to combat it and put them in their place.
The circlejerk is real.
08-02-2022 12:37 AM
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Don't apologise to such arrogance. u'll also come across such toxic behaviour in your workplace - best to learn how to combat it and put them in their place.
Bro here Steady
08-02-2022 12:33 AM
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Originally Posted by gurlInTech View Post
HmmÖ Okay I apologising for mixing them up then. Was giving recommendation to TS regarding her desire to run around and does meaningful work.

I was personally thankful to a HR consultant that personally meet me near my office to give resume and soft interview tips and interview opportunities to companies I would never had the chance to get an interview chance if I applied on my own.

For me and you maybe we are driven by salary but for TS she is driven by meaningful work which I totally respect for and hence that advice. Depression and work fatigue is real and different people have different tolerance level. If TS have high stress tolerance then yea, just give up dream and chase $$$ lo.

Anyway to TS regarding studies people change all the time. I was last in cohort in my school during sec school, all sorts of teachers always find me to talk to me about my results, meaning E8, F9 for my science subjects but Iím getting B+ to A for 3 bio 1 physics and 1 chem mods in NUS (taking them as electives) Should throw away the baggage and start learning from scratch again.

Hopefully TS will make a decision she wonít regret.
Don't apologise to such arrogance. u'll also come across such toxic behaviour in your workplace - best to learn how to combat it and put them in their place.
08-02-2022 12:26 AM
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the skepticism in this post is shocking....the world is changing.....heard of the Great Reset / Resignation / Lying Flat / FIRE movement?

Covid just gives a new perspective to work in the new world
one thing I must say is that, as we age, our worldview perspectives do change. and with that, our career objectives may change as well. like for eg, when I was in my 20s and mid 30s, i valued $$$ above everything else in a job and hence i chased very hard for it. but when i am older, i don't really place $$ on a pedestal anymore. true that money is very important, but it's not everything. everyone is different. we have different needs and wants and we spend money differently. some are ok with taking the train to work and some want to drive a BMW. so ok lor, u trade ur time, energy, mental well-being emotions and sometimes health for that promotion/more work/$$$$. nothing wrong in that. just be aware that we're all trading something for our jobs.
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