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|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by mulero23: 1:34am On Nov 27, 2018|
op do the Canadian Employer also consider USA Certificate to land one a good job Thanks
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by sats: 8:43am On Nov 27, 2018|
Get that additional qualification
Achieve your target
Stay focused bro
All the best
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by atutupoyoyo2211: 2:49pm On Nov 27, 2018|
Thanks a lot. I'm determined to get it done.
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by atutupoyoyo2211: 2:52pm On Nov 27, 2018|
Well, I thnk it will be more acceptable than other countries maybe. But if you do have a first class from any good university in the world, i think that will also be highly considered
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by kingmann(m): 4:37pm On Nov 27, 2018|
chinochizzy:better still go to Switzerland they pay more over there
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Mekurexx: 7:03pm On Nov 27, 2018|
I feel you! As someone who also moved here two years ago and worked in a warehouse, nursing home and finally by God's grace alone a good job after graduation, I know firsthand how diffivult it is to save. But one thing I know is for one to be successful in savings, they have to avoid having numerous CREDIT CARDS. Credit cards carry monthly gbese and its very frustrating. Avoiding car loans, any financing or impulse buying also helps. I'm in the US but hopefully I'll come and collect Canada breeze someday
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|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Nobody: 7:13pm On Nov 27, 2018|
oleeee:U struggling with waec
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by atutupoyoyo2211: 6:45pm On Nov 28, 2018|
Hi Guys, i got paid some extra money from a former job i did, so i decided to add it to my savings. Its a step by step process.
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by chinochizzy: 8:04pm On Nov 28, 2018|
atutupoyoyo2211:how many weeks did u make this $5k
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by chinochizzy: 8:06pm On Nov 28, 2018|
Can u drop some Canadian pics for us especially ur 2017 ride lol
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by atutupoyoyo2211: 8:40pm On Nov 28, 2018|
I made $3572 before taxes in the last 2 weeks. After tax, i was paid $2809. Out of this i saved about $2400. The rest of the savings came from an extra job i did sometime ago and a debt i was owed by a friend. The reason why i am this elaborate with these figures is to disuade that notion that because of taxes or bills, one can not make a decent income and still save, and it encourages my to push on. I am also supporting my wife and we both decided she enrol in school full time for her masters degree. So she doesn't work for now. but she will start a part time job soon at my place of work. If you are willing to work hard, you can succeed. I will be moving to a house closer to my work place in the next few weeks, just a 12 minutes drive. This means i will start getting a full 7 hours sleep, which is nice.
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|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Mizwisdom(f): 9:04pm On Nov 28, 2018|
/ Off topic/ OP, is Canada a lonely place? Is it hard to make friends?
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by xcaper(m): 9:29pm On Nov 28, 2018|
Wao you are doing a very good job. Hope to write my own savings notes[color=#000099][/color] soon
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|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by atutupoyoyo2211: 9:41pm On Nov 28, 2018|
Generally people like to mind their business, but if you are a friendly person, you can make friends. If you are not friendly, you actually dont make enemies, just that you would be by yourself, which is generally normal here, but not in all environments. I once left a job because they said i wasn't not interacting with everyone in office. There were not entirely wrong, but i tried my best in communication. I later found out that the people who complained where the 2 guys who were gay that worked with me. I have nothing against anyone's sexual preference but it was just very difficult for me to maintain a discussion with them because of their line of discussion.
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by atutupoyoyo2211: 9:46pm On Nov 28, 2018|
I will drop some pics very soon, but maybe not of my ride for security reasons. My car has a distinctive color.
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Linsigne(m): 5:31am On Nov 29, 2018|
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Linsigne(m): 5:33am On Nov 29, 2018|
If spirit see say u dey hammer money bastardly with the help of God na them go � japa.
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Toseenlove: 12:58pm On Nov 29, 2018|
Smhh na friends this one wan travel go search for shakes my head for u.
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|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by CaZmir: 1:20pm On Nov 29, 2018|
Toseenlove:lols,everyone has a fantasy.
obviously she's lacking friends.
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by CaZmir: 1:24pm On Nov 29, 2018|
atutupoyoyo is it a Canadian name?
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by smartkester(m): 8:42pm On Nov 29, 2018|
salford1:please i stand to be corrected i heard blacks don't hold managerial posts in Canada irrespective of his/her qualifications
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by salford1: 4:23am On Nov 30, 2018|
smartkester:That is totally false.
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by coolsheyi(m): 10:53am On Nov 30, 2018|
I really appreciate @atutupoyoyo for analysing some issues with great depth and sincerity, bros u are wonderful......
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by truthsayer009(m): 11:52am On Nov 30, 2018|
Yeah, the one problem with the LGBT community is they always feel offended if someone decides to stay on his own in terms of personal discussion & respect their privacy, they want you to be involved in theirs.
Imagine doing an interview with ThoughtWorks & they are asking me how I would feel if my Co-workers are LGBT.
I'm not bothered, whats my own, let them stay on their own & I'll respect their privacy. The interviewer was not happy with that response. Well they can go Fvck themselves.
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by atutupoyoyo2211: 2:45pm On Nov 30, 2018|
Not necessarily. My former colleague in Nigeria who came to Canada 3 years before i did is a manager at one of BC's government agencies, and he has only being in Canada for 5 years. Though he has about 15 years of experience in Nigeria and guess what, they refused to make him even a supervisor or team lead in Nigeria because of "man know man" syndrome. Well, the guy earns about $109,000 a year now compared to the 435,000 naira he earned in Nigeria.
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|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by atutupoyoyo2211: 2:53pm On Nov 30, 2018|
Well, i wont say no or yes, i think is more about if you can land an interview. What you can do is not to put the country you earned the degree in your resume then go to the interview and impress them, at that point i dont think they would really bother about your degree. But, do not lie about the country you obtained you degree if you are asked.
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