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Casey Choo

Bachelor's in Economics & Finance

Casey Choo

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Casey Choo

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Casey Choo
Casey Choo
Level 3. Wonderkid
Updated on 07 Jun 2019
Is it me or do I count 18 at least? I counted 20 in my 1st try!

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Casey Choo
Casey Choo
Level 3. Wonderkid
Updated on 07 Jun 2019
I think you'd have to take these articles with a pinch of salt. 1. Consider how many working hours these hawkers put in 2. Fixed Costs/Variable Costs 3. Realistically, do the patrons find the food good? Are there long queues? IMHO, more of often than not, these articles tend to omit certain facts like that (after tax salary etc.) But still, a good starting point for interesting discussions!

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Casey Choo
Casey Choo
Level 3. Wonderkid
Updated on 07 Jun 2019
Couldn't agree more. There's always that concensus that National Service wastes our youth - which given certain circumstances, maybe true to a degree. That said, national economical metrics are dependent on national security 100%. Can't just let any rogue nation steamroll in can we? Of course, certain aspects of NS can still be improved greatly la ah. I think we can all be honest on that front! To those serving, think of the life lessons learn not the life forgone. To those who served, ORD loh!

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Casey Choo
Casey Choo
Level 3. Wonderkid
Updated on 07 Jun 2019
With the recent appreciation fo SGD$? Everything!! Hahaha I'd usually head for movies or clothes shopping! Their branded jeans tend to be slightly cheaper than in SG, so now's as good a chance as any!

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Casey Choo
Casey Choo
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 17 Jan 2019
Hey there! As a fresh graduate, perhaps I could give some new, young (albeit maybe a little naive) insights! 1) I'd like to think our career path is never determined by a singular decision. It's fluid and is bound to change over time. The most important thing to consider is what he truely wants to do regardless of his worries. 2) For friends worried about office politics, I always tell my friends to ignore it all and focus at tasks at hand. The people who are worth it and true to themselves will come true for you in the end! Takes time, BUT, you'll find them. 3) Why be scared of failure? Did you know... I flunked through my first 2 years of Uni, but hey, still made it through to the end and am doing relatively well right now! You fail to succeed. If you don't fail, you'll never succeed.

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Casey Choo
Casey Choo
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 30 Nov 2018
- Any prior applicable working/internship experience? If so, use them to value add to your degree of study - Took part in any extra-curricular activities in school? Case Competitions, CCA positions etc. If so, also use them to value add - Any interesting skills/hobbies that you have that might be applicable in the workforce? Adobe Software etc. If so, also use them to value add! A degree is just a gateway to the workforce! Don't let it limit your choices and potential! Good luck!

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Casey Choo
Casey Choo
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 26 Nov 2018
Ask. Ask. Ask. Don't be afraid of calling HR to ask when is the latest you should get back to them! If anything, they will be happy to provide a date so both parties won't be kept waiting unnecessarily.

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Casey Choo
Casey Choo
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 26 Nov 2018
Can't say I would know how you're feeling or what you're going through, but what I can say is don't let your education stop you from providing the best for your daughter! The bad times WILL past and when it does, it'd be worth it. That said, a diploma in Business Admin is good enough to get you in certain doors. Presumably since you've taken a few years off work, I'd suggest looking at utitising your SkillsFuture credits to semi get you back on track! Good luck!

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Casey Choo
Casey Choo
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 26 Nov 2018
As with everyone in the comments below - Always pay of your student debt first! Starting your career debt-free may perhaps be the most important starting point in your life.

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Casey Choo
Casey Choo
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 25 Nov 2018
Ask & you shall recieve. Regardless of career positions, ask for help if you need! People are generally more willing to lend a helping hand if they sense a geniune question!
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