How does that apply to the topic? I dont get itOriginally Posted by poohbear
Anyways, he doesnt want to accept a phase of life that is going to be forced upon him, hey so be it, he would not know the joy of NS. Some people have fun in NS and some can never come to terms with it.
I came from another country and has served my NS for the PR and citizenship requirements. I liked NS, comraderie and all that. But then after NS, I found that when it is a futile waste of time if I am to head overseas for studies then work. Compared to the other countries which does not have NS, you are older than the new graduates but still of the same level.
Worst still is that you graduated from college first then enter NS, by the time you enter the workforce, your friends that graduated with you has 2 ~ 3 years of experience already. So in this aspect, I do support the people who do not want to do NS. If I had a choice, I rather be working earlier.