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Monday, 2 July 2018

The Biggest Advantage Of Not Having Full-time Or Part-time Job Is NOT having limited annual leaves subjected to boss's approval


Read? Part-Time And Free Lance Jobs

If you think that 14 to 21 days of annual leaves are good enough to pursue your leisure, vacations or travels throughout your lifetime; by all mean you don't have to retire from your full-time job.


Why retire from full-time job?

More free time without having approval from bosses!

Primary reason. No?


6 comments:

  1. Ownself investing & trading considered PT and freelance job?? :)

    Alamak! Need to seek approval from ownself to take leave! Wakakaka!!

    Anyway our big boss, Mr Market, has decided to give many of us time-off these few weeks (until the dead cat stops bouncing).

    Except for those doing essential OT & shift work (shorting stocks / indexes) ... hope SMOL is doing OK!

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    1. Mr Market has given me years of time off. Only recent days I am doing some homework on Singtel.

      This one is retail and our local investment bloggers' favourite yield stock.

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  2. Hi uncle CW

    What about their free health benefits? Hehehe

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  3. Hmm .. I lost more on health benefits as mine included spouse too. Double loss :-(

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  4. Ehhh company health benefits not "free" ... it comes at cost to cash remuneration.

    When my brother re-assigned to S'pore he negotiated for almost 20% increase in basic salary by doing away with outpatient coverage for family & downgrading 1 level from private hospital cover to govt hospital A-class. (He's on expat terms even though he's sinkie)

    When overseas you need excellent medical coverage for yourself & family, especially in high-cost countries like US & Japan, or 3rd world countries like China, Vietnam or Indonesia. But back in Singapore, you can self-absorb GP visits and A-class is more than enough.

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