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Matured Advice For A Friend. by ciaobrenda(f): 10:20am On Apr 14, 2015
I have this friend. He is currently in his 2nd year in the university, the dad is having set back in his business, according to him it seems everything is at a stand still, he hasn't paid his tuition fees et al. some how the sister was able to get him a job in ph (sort of offshore job) right now he is at a cross road. thinking of dropping out of school or forget about the job.(The pay is big) Its beginning to have a toll on him.
Re: Matured Advice For A Friend. by Nobody: 10:40am On Apr 14, 2015
He should do part time at UST or Uniport
Re: Matured Advice For A Friend. by BluePearls(m): 10:42am On Apr 14, 2015
I'd go with the poster above, if his new job allows him such time though. Sincerely, i think he should go for the job.
Re: Matured Advice For A Friend. by ciaobrenda(f): 10:46am On Apr 14, 2015
vfactor:
He should do part time at UST or Uniport
Ok thank you.
But i asked him to apply for a change of university don't knw if its possible.
Re: Matured Advice For A Friend. by Nobody: 10:53am On Apr 14, 2015
ciaobrenda:

Ok thank you.
But i asked him to apply for a change of university don't knw if its possible.

Its more than just changing university. Since he'll be working, part time suits him more. Offshore jobs pay well and are like hustling; get enough money to establish something self sustaining, then quit!
Re: Matured Advice For A Friend. by ciaobrenda(f): 10:55am On Apr 14, 2015
BluePearls:
I'd go with the poster above, if his new job allows him such time though. Sincerely, i think he should go for the job.
Thank you. But i really wanted him to be a graduate. But on a second thought what after graduating nd he doesn't get a decent job. What after some time he's no more intersted in school cos of money.
Re: Matured Advice For A Friend. by SAMBARRY: 12:17pm On Apr 14, 2015
So the people combining work and school together have 2heads. Lazy bones go and work . stop using your father's set back as an excuse. Alapa indomie smiley

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Re: Matured Advice For A Friend. by BluePearls(m): 1:42pm On Apr 14, 2015
ciaobrenda:

Thank you. But i really wanted him to be a graduate. But on a second thought what after graduating nd he doesn't get a decent job. What after some time he's no more interested in school cos of money.

You just have to hope for the best. Education is very important and if he is smart man, he'll find a way to complete his education even while working. Some opportunities (like the job he got) are just to good and rare to pass off.
Re: Matured Advice For A Friend. by Richiy(f): 1:43pm On Apr 14, 2015
He should defer his admission na. He can always come back to continue anytime

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