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  • autumnleaf
    HI.

    I just saw your post regarding taking up master's in AU. I know it's a better choice to get Master's since you get to work for 2 years after graduating, My main concern is, is it possible to pay for the succeeding TF with just the part time fee I will be earning? I'm trying to compute and I'm worried. Also, you mentioned in your post "Ikaw ang susuko sa work"-- what did you mean by that? Thank you
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      Hello there! Yup. What i mean is, theres so many jobs available only of youre not picky. I used to be as a flight attendant and when i arrived in australia ive seen an opportunity to work in hospitality industry while im doing my masters. I was earning 36 dollars per hour kasi instead of working in regular days, i chose graveyards on weekends. In australia, they have different payment scheme if ur sacrificing on working on weekends and evening. And luckily, i was working in a casino that pays decently. So okay tlga.

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