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There’s always the warehouse at Joo Koon. ie NTUC warehouse club.
Took a trip there myself today.
Not everything is cheaper than other ntuc stores.
Most stuff is the same price from the few times I’ve gone there. The concept of offering discount for bulk purchases is just completely lost on retailers here, they can’t see past the profit per piece, and then they wonder why they can’t increase sales volume.
I only go during promotional periods which don’t require membership. The only thing that might be worth it is the Kirkland’s brand stuff they get from Cosco, not for the price but to gain access to it. But be warned, there really isn’t a whole lot of it.
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More than 10 years ago, I read that a substantial percentage of Americans don’t own a passport since the US is so large that if they want a specific scenery, they can just go another state and a lot of them don’t even travel overseas in their lifetime.
Wonder if these new miles cards are changing the game or they’ll continue to just stay in the US. If I remember correctly, quite a number of Americans seem to be very distrusting of CCs too.
I know many Americans who fit this description. Definitely, a more attractive credit card is not going to change the game.
However, I wouldn’t be surprised if more Americans have a passport these days. The reason is simple, you can no longer fly to Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean without one. Last time you could. Blame 9/11.
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I did suggest doing ROM and then an LTVP but she didn't believe the job market was that bad for a CompSci PhD. She doesn't know anyone who has had to go through the process of a work pass so I can see why she thinks that. I'll discuss it again. For reference, I'm ethnically Asian and wouldn't stand out in SG (The ICA staff always assume I'm an SGC) not sure if that helps my chances.
Is the problem really just companies not wanting to deal with the uncertainty of MOM giving an IPA? There are not that many people with PhDs in my field and there certainly won't be many in SG on any given day. If companies need someone with my qualifications, statistically they'd have to hire from outside.
I don't mean to be rude, I'm just trying to understand things.
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I don’t really understand why you’d want to apply for PEP. If you’re officially still employed for a few months, why don’t you just use that time to find a new job instead? In the eyes of ICA, it’d look like a normal job change and it wont hurt your chances with your PR application either (unless it pays lower than what you were making in your current job and/or is of a lower position)