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I wanted to share with you that I’m currently in the process of finding a new job. In order to do so, my current salary is what I make in the month I’m looking for the job.
If you want to work for free in Singapore, you need to work for free. You have to have a great attitude, be willing to do the work for the sake of doing it, and have the ability to work well with others. I personally found that to be impossible to do in Singapore, the office environment just isn’t conducive to high quality work.
As a fellow employee, I can tell you that I am not only willing to work for free, I am willing to do the work for the sake of doing it. I love doing things for the sake of doing them. I love working on projects that would have taken me months before I could do them if I had a better workplace. I love working on projects because I love knowing that I am contributing to the success of this company.
The best part of working for a private company is the freedom. But I can tell you that working for a public company is not exactly the same. There is always a lot of politics, a lot of political pressure, a lot of people trying to make you look bad, a lot of pressure to get your job done on time. You can’t even see the projects that you are working on unless you are part of the team.
I get it. The job is important, but it is not always as important as you think it is. Working for a public company means your life depends on a lot of things that are often not your control. Sure, you have to work on a certain date, but that is the only thing that you could possibly control.
As a public company, you have to deal with many of the same things as private companies, such as performance reviews, bonuses, and so forth. If you are in a good company, you will have a good job. If you are in a bad company, you will end up unemployed and you will have to find other ways to make a living.
At a public company, the CEO is not your friend. Your boss can fire you, he can fire your coworkers, he can fire the whole company. You are your only friend. So when you are in a bad company, there is no one for you to call, no one to ask for help, no one to give you advice. This can be a huge disadvantage if you are dealing with the public sector.
That said, it can still be a good help. Companies that are public-sector in nature often have a good set of benefits, including generous sick pay, medical insurance, pensions, etc. There are also a lot of perks that public companies give out that are not available to private companies, like paid vacation time, free food, and so forth. There are also some downsides, though.
Public-sector employers often have a better pay scale than private ones. They also tend to have better benefits packages. Plus the public companies are generally more regulated in terms of what they can pay out, which can make it harder for private firms to go that route. They are also more likely to be subject to more scrutiny when it comes to health and safety regulations, so they may need to be a little more cautious.