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    Quote Originally Posted by owen View Post
    Yeah, I think I found that one after realizing the links up top are now dead. I was wondering about a similar data for the private sector, though it'd likely be anonymized
    3.14159265358979323846264338327950288
    4197169399375105820974944592307816406
    28620899862803482534211706798 pi 101

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    Young people spend too much time comparing and talking about stuff instead of actually getting into the dirty work of awful jobs in order to gain some kinda of skill or reputation. But then again it is hard when the entire internet is basically a tutorial honey pot. It doesnt matter how much you get paid now or in comparison to some one else. There are people in Jamaica that earn 2 million dollars a month and there are people who earn 48k - its relative to the size of the organisation and how replaceable you are. What matter is how you progress and avoid potholes in the road of life. The more you chase money is the less money you end up having.

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    Quote Originally Posted by owen View Post
    Young people spend too much time comparing and talking about stuff instead of actually getting into the dirty work of awful jobs in order to gain some kinda of skill or reputation. But then again it is hard when the entire internet is basically a tutorial honey pot. It doesnt matter how much you get paid now or in comparison to some one else. There are people in Jamaica that earn 2 million dollars a month and there are people who earn 48k - its relative to the size of the organisation and how replaceable you are. What matter is how you progress and avoid potholes in the road of life. The more you chase money is the less money you end up having.
    Internet barfed and lost my post. Well. ISP issues. Still having them. If I remember the main points I was making on this I'll put it there. But I agree with your blog article. I guess the main thing would be - people are driven by money and not passion. If you're going to be a window cleaner, be the best darn window cleaner ever.
    Knowing the solution doesn't mean knowing the method. Yet answering correctly and regurgitation are considered "learning" and "knowledge".

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