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25-04-2013 07:26 PM
Unregistered TS, don't bullshit lah. Where got so good paying job and easy job exist together??? Big cannon u. You must be a loser in life!!!
25-04-2013 02:22 PM
Unregistered ts if I were u I will keep the "monotonous" 6.9k job and pickup a skill or hobby, u will regret later u found a more challenging job but paying u less.
23-04-2013 11:08 PM
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I had the same job, just that mine has 4 "buttons." Salary could be as high as 20K if I clicked the right button at the right time. Stressful job.

Yes, it's true. Such a job exist.
It's call trading. The four buttons are buy, sell, stop order, limit order.
23-04-2013 01:46 PM
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I have the same problem also. Been working for 5 years now making close to 15k per month but find the job meaningless, I have decided to move on to do social conselling work for 2.5k monthly to be more meaningful.
Haha. good one bro.
all the big cannons above.
23-04-2013 11:58 AM
Unregistered I have the same problem also. Been working for 5 years now making close to 15k per month but find the job meaningless, I have decided to move on to do social conselling work for 2.5k monthly to be more meaningful.
23-04-2013 11:08 AM
Unregistered I shall repost my previous comment on some guy asking to stay or leave after having a boring job...

[repost]
You wan a sense of achievement?

Be a R&D engineer, you get to deal with everything...

Solution conception
while(customer != happy)
{
Costing
Negotiation
Proposal
Negotiation
Tender
Circuit design
Sourcing
Firmware programming
PCB design
Software
Verification
}
while(price > budget) //this part is super time wasting
{
Enclosure sourcing
Negotiation
Component sourcing
Negotiation
Fabrication
Assembly
}
Prototype trial run
if(customer != happy)
goto : Solution verification
else if(estimated budget overrun)
super long talk with boss
if(prototype == success && customer == happy)
{
Ship product!
while(you still alive)
{
unlimited lifetime support with people who are not interested
Spam emails and calls to see if anyone else wants the solution
}
}

interrupt(last day of the month)
{
collect $2132 check
}

See, you get to solution someone's or an entire group/company/national problems alone!! assumed sense of achievement = over 9000!

and you get to draw a pathetic pay as a bonus!
[/repost]

Oh wait i just realized, since all of these are actually in a infinite loop so its still monotonous, but wait... this one has a much lower pay!! Sounds exciting rite!
23-04-2013 02:24 AM
Unregistered I had the same job, just that mine has 4 "buttons." Salary could be as high as 20K if I clicked the right button at the right time. Stressful job.

Yes, it's true. Such a job exist.
23-04-2013 12:14 AM
dives Create a macro impress your boss? Or find inefficiencies in the firm and improve on them?

Grass always greener on the other side, when you got no time for yourself you will wish that you did.
23-04-2013 12:12 AM
Unregistered chances of finding a job that pays anywhere near your current salary with your job experience is extremely slim. I would recommend 2 or 3, in fact you are in a pretty good position to do 3 so I would go ahead with that.
22-04-2013 11:08 PM
qwerty I think there's no guarantee that you will enjoy a less monotonous job, so leaving for one on top of taking a paycut doesn't seem wise. Go pick up a hobby or something.
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