View Poll Results: Be it lving in Hell, I love my salary truly, madly, deeply.

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Thread: Be it living in Hell, I love my salary truly, madly, deeply.

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    Default Be it living in Hell, I love my salary truly, madly, deeply.

    As a follow-up to the previous poll I posted, I just want to gather a general sentiment of the importance of salary in our life.


    http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthrea...ghlight=salary

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    Default Re: Be it living in Hell, I love my salary truly, madly, deeply.

    So the Spartans were paid very well?

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    Default Re: Be it living in Hell, I love my salary truly, madly, deeply.

    money is not everything. you cannot take it down with you when you go down.

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    Default Re: Be it living in Hell, I love my salary truly, madly, deeply.

    I am not well-paid, but my boss is nice to me....so I am contented, for now.

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    Default Re: Be it living in Hell, I love my salary truly, madly, deeply.

    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    So the Spartans were paid very well?
    wah... the spirit of Sparta still lives.....

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    Default Re: Be it living in Hell, I love my salary truly, madly, deeply.

    Quote Originally Posted by Yezrah View Post
    As a follow-up to the previous poll I posted, I just want to gather a general sentiment of the importance of salary in our life.


    http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthrea...ghlight=salary
    words like " salary, pay hike, benchmark... " often heard this month leh...

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    Default Re: Be it living in Hell, I love my salary truly, madly, deeply.

    No one seems to be happy with their pay longer than a month or two. After that, they're always underpaid...

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    Default Re: Be it living in Hell, I love my salary truly, madly, deeply.

    Quote Originally Posted by deckard View Post
    money is not everything. you cannot take it down with you when you go down.
    Not true lah.

    Try using in Geylang and see whether you cannot take it down with you when you go down or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sion View Post
    Not true lah.

    Try using in Geylang and see whether you cannot take it down with you when you go down or not.

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    Default Re: Be it living in Hell, I love my salary truly, madly, deeply.

    ts u sounds no logic at all

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    Default Re: Be it living in Hell, I love my salary truly, madly, deeply.

    The question is posed in the context of working in a very dissatisfied environment, yet willing to bear all of it (e.g. long working hours, uncooperative colleagues or job mismatch), simply because of the salary that the worker is getting.
    Last edited by Yezrah; 1st May 2007 at 08:12 PM.

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    Default Re: Be it living in Hell, I love my salary truly, madly, deeply.

    If a place treat me like ****...no amount of mullah will make me stay for long.

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    Default Re: Be it living in Hell, I love my salary truly, madly, deeply.

    Quote Originally Posted by Yezrah View Post
    The question is posed in the context of working in a very dissatisfied environment, yet willing to bear all of it (e.g. long working hours, uncooperative colleagues or job mismatch), simply because of the salary that the worker is getting.
    How much is your sanity worth?

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    Default Re: Be it living in Hell, I love my salary truly, madly, deeply.

    Quote Originally Posted by drakon09 View Post
    How much is your sanity worth?
    Nothing if you're already not that sane in the first place!


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    Default Re: Be it living in Hell, I love my salary truly, madly, deeply.

    Quote Originally Posted by Yezrah View Post
    The question is posed in the context of working in a very dissatisfied environment, yet willing to bear all of it (e.g. long working hours, uncooperative colleagues or job mismatch), simply because of the salary that the worker is getting.

    if u r well paid and u cant get this kind of pay elsewhere basically is very hard for you to leave(esp when u have a family with kids)
    but if your working environment is very stress or affecting your health u need to find some balance in it ,

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    Default Re: Be it living in Hell, I love my salary truly, madly, deeply.

    hmmmmm.. this one.... salary not enough leh.. how ?

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