Which Job/Remuneration Package do you Prefer?

Which Job do you Prefer?


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Goondu

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Originally posted by ckiang
Given that many of us will probably want lots of money to buy our gear, which Job/remuneration do you prefer? :)

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CK
Hey, I'm working more than 12 hours a day, up to 7 days a week and yet paid less than 10K a month! :angry:
 

argent2

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even the second option is so much better than what i'm currently having...
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Originally posted by ckiang
Given that many of us will probably want lots of money to buy our gear, which Job/remuneration do you prefer? :)

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CK
I would go for second one even with all the money... no time for shoot for the first option!
 

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as for me, i will go for the 1st option..cos when young, should strive and slog, then can retire at the age of 35...that's my dream....:devil: :devil:
 

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for me , at the start , i will go for the 1st option then later go to 2nd...

during young must "pia" mah...
"pia" until got enough savings , then maybe hop to a lower paying and relaxing job to enjoy life with your wife.
 

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Originally posted by superhero
for me , at the start , i will go for the 1st option then later go to 2nd...

during young must "pia" mah...
"pia" until got enough savings , then maybe hop to a lower paying and relaxing job to enjoy life with your wife.
yeah give me a five...that's what i hv in mind too...:devil: :devil:
 

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From a ROI's perspective:

Option 1:
12 hours X 7days X 4.33 weeks = 363.72 hours in a month
Earnings per hour = $27.49/hour

Option 2:
10 hours X 5days X 4.33 weeks = 216.50 hours in a month
Earnings per hour = $23.09/hour


Difference of $4.40/hour.

Option 2 operates at approximate 19.05% discount to Option 1.


Any of the above Options got OT pay? :)
 

#15
Originally posted by rochkoh
From a ROI's perspective:

Option 1:
12 hours X 7days X 4.33 weeks = 363.72 hours in a month
Earnings per hour = $27.49/hour

Option 2:
10 hours X 5days X 4.33 weeks = 216.50 hours in a month
Earnings per hour = $23.09/hour


Difference of $4.40/hour.

Option 2 operates at approximate 19.05% discount to Option 1.


Any of the above Options got OT pay? :)
Notice I said Option 1 is AT LEAST 12 hours, and option 2 is no more than 10 hours (so no OT needed)? :)

Anyway, assume no OT in Option 1.

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CK
 

Ian

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Originally posted by ckiang


That's why I said "at least". :p

Hmm...are you paid at least A$10K a month? :cool:
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CK
Haha what I earn and what my business turn over are significantly different :devil:
 

Ian

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Originally posted by rochkoh
Okay, which do you prefer?

Option 1 working as a Photographer?
Or
Option 2 working as some pencil pusher?
:)
Professional photography is both of those things .. and a lot more.
 

zOOm

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>> Work at least 12 hours a day, up to 7 days a week, get paid >> $10k a month

are you sure? normally those who get paid for $10K and above usually works 2 -3 hrs, socialise (golf, visit etc) for the rest of the day. :D
 

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