fred
do you belıve salary whıch ıs gıven to you by your company ,ıs enough as your work ?
Jun 25, 2010 6:07 PM
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GO PROFESSOR !!!!!!!! I LIKE YOU ! ! ! Of course it wll be never enough if we don't understand that what we have right now is perfect for us, even if we dont see it that way... yet ! And that "warm thing in your heart" is what you need to look for... because it's going to be the fuel you need to keep going and be "rich" (whatever you think that is) =)
June 26, 2010
It is never enough. Never has been, never will be. Ever! I was not the engineer, I was that student's teacher. I was active when I was young; and now Wozitoya is an American with equal opportunities and "not underpaid". Ha ha. There is no denying it, he is a rich man in ways beyond money. My work has paid off. It warms my heart to see this. I worked with Martin Luther King, I helped to change America, the Constitution just so I could read his.
June 25, 2010
Hi, a better way of writing your question: Do you believe that the company you work for pays you enough? As a teacher, my salary is poor compared to other professionals with similar qualifications. People will argue that we have long holidays, but teachers have to prepare, read, photocopy and mark almost on a daily basis. Many of my holidays are taken up with marking essays and assignments. Any holidays are taken during the peak tourist season, so we can't get discounted travel deals.
June 25, 2010
The question is asking the company that you work for pays enough money for you work. Jura repeats the question: Do you believe that the company you work for pays you enough? It is similar to the original question with better grammar. How does Mr. Manren888 claimed that the question is asking "Is your salary a fair distribution of wealth?" "Vague questions will get vague answers." is he the person attempting to mislead the answer, making the corrected answer incorrect and the incorrected answer correct? Which question should we answer, the asker's question or Nanren888's question.
June 26, 2010
Enough for what? Do you mean, Is your salary a fair distribution of wealth? Perhaps, also ask the investors whether they get enough as dividend? A fortune teller will doubtless tell you that you are under-appreciated at work: a safe guess for almost everyone. Your question seems rhetorical as aimed at salaried workers, but with what aim do you ask it. Vague questions will get vague answers.
June 25, 2010
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