Justin Kieran Ong

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Justin Kieran Ong,
Level 3. Wonderkid
Updated 3w ago
I am answer thing this from the viewpoint of a gamer. While he is monetizing his hobbies, do keep an eye on how long he spends doing it. Remind him that he has other priorities. Another point to note is what he is selling and how he gets the items. If he is earning the items with his own hard work then it's good and all but if he is buying the items and selling them for a higher price or putting it up for auction to the highest bidder it may be time to step in before it becomes something like the CS GO lotto. Also, Korea just legally criminalized game boosting where you pay someone else to level up your character.

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Justin Kieran Ong,
Level 3. Wonderkid
Updated 3w ago
Like what some of the others have said, the best would be to lie. That being said, you obviously think they are a good, or at least better, company so would it be a lie to say you're looking for new opportunities to apply yourself? Also, a bigger company usually comes with more situations that you won't get in a smaller company. So would it be possible be a lie to say you look forward to overcoming new challenges as I'm assuming thar you don't intent to just slack in the new company. It's all about positioning and marketing yourself. With the right words, you can make something as self centered as I want more money into I'm looking towards the future and think that your company would be a better fit for me in the long term. Good luck.

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Justin Kieran Ong,
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered 4w ago
Most schools usually partner with Broadway serangoon for gown rentals and at the sane time, Broadway usually has a promotion when you collect the convocation photos to pay $100 upfront for a 50% off your next photo session with them or something. I graduated 1 year ago and that was the deal at the time. May have changed.

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Justin Kieran Ong,
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 03 May 2019
As someone that just started working with no license, NS is definitely the best time to learn. Even if you're in a combat unit, there will be more time closer to the end (if you need to do stand by/4NTM, ETC) for you to do it. Most commanders are OK with you going to learn as long as there is no distruption to training and you come back after.

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Justin Kieran Ong,
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 17 Apr 2019
You are referring to the recently updated PDPA 2018 act. Under the act, unless required by law, companies are not supposed to retain copies of NRICs. This means that companies like telcos are still allowed to scan your NRIC as it is required by law (section 5 of the telecommunications act) If I'm not wrong, financial institutions are required to have your NRIC for tax purposes(or something) but I'm not too sure to what extent.

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Justin Kieran Ong,
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 17 Apr 2019
I have an anualized performance of 12.5% over 3-4 months on funding societies. Participated in 12 loans with no defaults though 1 has only been partially payed, may become default if they do not pay by the end of the month. I generally agree with the others that the app and auto-invest are convinient to use. If the auto-invest invests more than you'd like, you can always contact them to lower your amount.

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Justin Kieran Ong,
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 03 Apr 2019
Did yiy buy the correct Mobo and they send the wrong one? If yes then you can ask them to pay for the postage and to send the correct one. If not there's nothing much you can do other than ask for a refund or something

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Justin Kieran Ong,
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 25 Mar 2019
As someone that just graduated recently, I feel that a good boss, a supportive environment and a willingness to learn are key. Since you would just have started working, unless you really need the money, money should not be the key concern. You will always get more chances at a pay raise later on if you continually upgrade yourself. A good boss and the environment will also help what you learn. Never underestimate what a good mentor can teach you. All the best in your finals and job hunting

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Justin Kieran Ong
Justin Kieran Ong,
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 01 Mar 2019
Since you just finished your A levels(18-20yrs) , I would suggest that you invest in yourself first. Get new skills, knowledge, experiences, etc. Those will help you in the long term. Once you have gotten a job and have a more solid capital/inflow of capital, then would be a good time to invest.

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Justin Kieran Ong,
Level 3. Wonderkid
Updated on 14 Feb 2019
Like what the others have said, the internship is a better choice if it is related to what you'll be studying and money is not an issue. Who knows, if they like you and you enjoy the environment, you can intern with then again during your uni (depending on your school's intern arrangements) or maybe try for another company altogether. If you choose former, you'd probably have a high chance for getting hired by that company when you gad (no promises though). If it's the latter, you'll get more exposure into the industry. So it's a win-win cause you have the rest of your life to earn money.
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