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|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by salford: 5:43pm On Dec 12, 2018|
TheCongo2:In addition. The current minister of immigration was a refugee from Somalia.
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by atutupoyoyo2211: 5:49pm On Dec 12, 2018|
Thanks, i think that was the program we applied under, Because we are not restricted to one province.
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by atutupoyoyo2211: 5:50pm On Dec 12, 2018|
Thanks a lot
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by atutupoyoyo2211: 5:50pm On Dec 12, 2018|
Thanks, I appreciate.
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by atutupoyoyo2211: 5:53pm On Dec 12, 2018|
Thank you so much, just doing my own bit.
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Unlimited22: 5:54pm On Dec 12, 2018|
atutupoyoyo2211:I love the fact that you're encouraging people
And I absolutely love your moniker
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by atutupoyoyo2211: 5:54pm On Dec 12, 2018|
You're Funny. Well, you're not entirely correct though.
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|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by TheCongo2: 6:55pm On Dec 12, 2018|
Michaelle Jean was the "queen" or "head of state" of Canada from 2005 to 2010. She came to Canada as a refugee from Haiti in 1968. And she is black
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by DAramis: 6:57pm On Dec 12, 2018|
it is all about business acumen.
She must definitely be from one particular tribe that are good in money matter analysis.
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|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by einsteino(m): 3:00pm On Dec 13, 2018|
@Salford1 @TheCongo2 una walka reach here too? Lol
Mehn i just weak when I see say atutupoyoyo2211 dey gross double wetin i dey make for this same Canada and what is crazy is that he does it while watching movies on his job! While my job literally drains every energy in my soul, I cant even dare sit while at my job and if I idle away for 10mins, my supervisor automatically gets an alert, and if its as much as 2hrs its an automatic sack! And all this while battling sleep because its a night shift job. Heck there was a day i slept off while driving forklift, I managed to open my eyes seconds before a collision would have occurred. I even quit gyming because the boxes I lift at work, is enough to burn the calories lol.
Salford1 why una no tell me say na security job be the MMM for this canada? I just dey here dey dull, dey donate my blood give this Ogbanje job.
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|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by atutupoyoyo2211: 3:21pm On Dec 13, 2018|
Hey Guys, New week, new balance. asking God for grace to keep going.
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by einsteino(m): 3:23pm On Dec 13, 2018|
Sent you a pm. Kindly reply.
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by DAramis: 3:45pm On Dec 13, 2018|
einsteino:Bro, I think it depends on your location and job availability. If you are actually a pr holder like him, then you have no other alternative than to start plotting your graph of porting over to a better job.
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by DadR: 4:57pm On Dec 13, 2018|
LOL Bro, you may want to port ooo. $$$ must be made biko!
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Yemsot: 9:45pm On Dec 13, 2018|
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Xfactor22: 11:54pm On Dec 13, 2018|
atutupoyoyo2211:Nice... You can do it!
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Xfactor22: 11:56pm On Dec 13, 2018|
einsteino:It is well! Better thing ahead
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by salford1: 1:05am On Dec 14, 2018|
However, while you are at it, do not forget to keep your eyes on the goal i.e to ultimately get back into your career.
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|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by sunky644(m): 3:16am On Dec 14, 2018|
@Atutupoyoyo, you have really inspired quite a number of us. I stayed awake reading from Page 1-9 and I must say your mum's story sealed the encouragement.
I am a lecturer with PhD in view in Naija (Biochemistry field with about 10 publications in well indexed international journals) and my wife is a Masters degree holder (Food Science) also in naija. The dream of becoming a Professor and fear of not getting academic position if we relocate to Canada is withholding me from taking step.
If I blaze the trial to take step in 2019 and we move after my PhD, what degree will I have to go for in Canada to be relevant?
What's the possibility of landing an Academic position?
Is their conversion program for Food Scientists to Dietitian in Canada, if yes, what's the program duration?
My brother, if you could leave a #400k monthly job in Naija to put life in right track and start as a Security in Canada (I am aware there is dignity of labour), then why should I stay glued to just #130k per month job in Naija even when my wife couldn't get a job here despite her Masters.
Guys, help me dissect my case and short bio and let me hear your opinions...pls....
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Omonoba1: 4:16am On Dec 14, 2018|
sunky644:I thought I was the only one who stayed awake to read the thread
@Op Kudos to you. Your determination is a great motivation to us.
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by sevule(m): 7:35am On Dec 14, 2018|
I am impressed!! You saved $7,000 in roughly 3 months, if that is not impressive I wonder what is.
If you don't mid I would like to give you some tips. Rather than save $120,000 have you thought about entering real estate?
Instead of paying a landlord $1,300 a month, you can buy your own house and start building equity. So basically you are paying yourself $1,300 a month.
Secondly and don't take this the wrong way but why are you paying for a new car? $500 every month for 8 years is a lot of money and I think you are better off driving a clean used car than paying for a new car. I drive a 2007 Hyundai which serves me well but I own my own house (mortgage). I honestly don't see the essence of a new car as it loses value immediately you drive it out of the lot
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by atutupoyoyo2211: 7:01pm On Dec 14, 2018|
First of all, thanks for the kind words. Now, i have a family member who studied in Nigeria, came out with a 2:1 in Biochemistry, went to the UK for a masters degree, was one of the best and moved straight to Canada after that in 2014. she had to start as a ware house worker, which she did for one year, then also moved to health care assistant, which she did for about 3 years. While doing this she started a nursing degree and is almost through with it. In between the warehouse jobs and the health care assistant jobs, she was able to save $75000. And guess what she also became a citizen within that time. She is actually the one that motivated me to save. So your background does not matter. Try and apply for a job in your area immediately you land, but if you cant get in your area start in any area while you are taking a course in your area. It can be another bachelor's or even a diploma it doesn't really matter.Jobs with a biochemistry background may not be easy of the bat, but it is not impossible. If you have the ability to do you Phd in Canada, that would be nice if not, when you are done with your Phd you can move over and take another Phd in Canada, that is also good. But, i will be honest, even if you have a Phd from Nigeria your chances of teaching in a university or college immediately you land is very slim.
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|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by atutupoyoyo2211: 8:14pm On Dec 14, 2018|
Thanks Sevule. Your points are truly on point, but i have other intentions for my Savings. My goal is actually to become self employed within the next 3 years.
On your first point, buying a house is really cool, but right now my stability is not really guaranteed about which province i would want to settle in. I am very intelligent person, and i have lots of ideas that i could develop to become really rich, no kidding. But the issue i have is no seed capital. I want to get myself out of the situation where i have to always save in order to implement an idea. I want to be thinking about what to invest in instead of thinking of how to acquire capital to invest. I have realized there is so much peace of mind if you know you have some money in your account for eventualities and such. My intention for saving is to get ahead and not to always be trying to catch up.
On your second point, You are completely right. I made a mistake buying the car in the first place, because i really did not understand the terms. But then, because of the situation i found myself with the car, i immediately resolved that i must earn in such a way that my car is not more than 10% of my pay every month. That was my second motivation to work as hard as i do. Having a 2017 car also made it possible to not think about mechanic issues and my car has warranty and all that. By the time i have able to meet my savings Target, my balance on the car will be about 16k. At that time i will decide if i wanna pay it off or may just continue the monthly payment. So all i am concerned about is just working hard.
1. Become a Canadian citizen
2. Have $120,000 in my account
3. Have this car or another nice one in my garage.
4. Complete my masters degree.
Simple and short.
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|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Rikon(m): 8:20pm On Dec 14, 2018|
if u are here use ur brain
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by atutupoyoyo2211: 8:22pm On Dec 14, 2018|
I posted some pictures of the car i was hoping to buy in 2 years, and i deleted it immediately i saw this line of discussions concerning calling someone a con artist. Well, that is just sad.
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