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Yesterday 11:39 PM
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Wonder why in this day and age, people still think that high pay = long hours and high stress.
People pay you for the value you generate, not for the hours you put in.
Many lowly paid losers around grinding all day and expecting everyone else to be in the same rut as them. Dream on.
Yesterday 11:06 PM
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Wonder why in this day and age, people still think that high pay = long hours and high stress.
People pay you for the value you generate, not for the hours you put in.
Very well said… Fully agree!
Yesterday 10:10 PM
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Wonder why in this day and age, people still think that high pay = long hours and high stress.
People pay you for the value you generate, not for the hours you put in.
Depends on the role you are doing. If the company dont need you, value has no value during a retrenchment. Best is do not put too much of your worth in a job.
Yesterday 10:00 PM
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Generally, in a a typical working employee lifecycle, I feel that in the earlier career, one gets paid for doing work…. Thereafter, in later part of the career, one gets paid for shouldering responsibilities.
Wonder why in this day and age, people still think that high pay = long hours and high stress.
People pay you for the value you generate, not for the hours you put in.
Yesterday 09:49 PM
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News flash.. People earning over 100k can still have pockets of free time to jiak liao bee
Generally, in a a typical working employee lifecycle, I feel that in the earlier career, one gets paid for doing work…. Thereafter, in later part of the career, one gets paid for shouldering responsibilities.
Yesterday 12:48 PM
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Need to job hop a few times, but yes.
I started at 26 at just $41k base, $12k bonus - now 9 years later I'm at $190k base and $40k bonus, working only 50% as hard as when I was starting out.
Able to share which industry and function you are in?
Yesterday 11:44 AM
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I think they meant to say covid will lead you to having millions of tubes shafted down you in ICU with the expensive bill to boot. Since being vaccinated doesn't mean you won't get covid (The vaccines only protects against the wuhan delta and are less effective against the more virulent and deadly delta variant.)
Yeah if you're a dumbass without basic medical insurance, sure.
Yesterday 11:39 AM
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he's probably out of a job because of COVID so now he's crying on this forum LOL

get COVID = lose 1m in savings LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL
I think they meant to say covid will lead you to having millions of tubes shafted down you in ICU with the expensive bill to boot. Since being vaccinated doesn't mean you won't get covid (The vaccines only protects against the wuhan delta and are less effective against the more virulent and deadly delta variant.)
Yesterday 11:35 AM
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Very much depends on your industry

Need to job hop a few times, but yes.
I started at 26 at just $41k base, $12k bonus - now 9 years later I'm at $190k base and $40k bonus, working only 50% as hard as when I was starting out.
Yesterday 09:05 AM
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26, Male, 81k base with around 30k bonus pa. Is it realistic to hit 200k by 35?
Very much depends on your industry
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